Have you read this?
If you have, how would you describe it?
Because I don’t have words.
After reading this beautifully poignant memoir about loss and grief, forgiveness and family, I feel that any praise that I could give Sherman Alexie’s work would be grossly inadequate. 587 more words
story: Clean, Cleaner, Cleanest
author: Sherman Alexie
where: Vietnam, Majestic Hotel Saigon
note: reading so widely these days
Sherman Alexie has developed an exemplary career as a writer. This month, he’s the author of You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me: A Memoir (Little Brown), an often touching and sometimes funny account of his life as an American Indian and his difficult relationship with his mother. 846 more words