Review of That Guy in Our Women’s Studies Class, the second memoir by Allan D Hunter, represents the genderqueer community with a new perspective.
Review of Mick Foley’s autobiography Mankind: Have a Nice Day! A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks. You’ll see how “fake” wrestling really is.
Review of Bedtime Stories for the Living, a memoir by Jay Armstrong, a man who suffers from a rare degenerative brain disorder.
Review of I’m Glad My Mom Died by Jennette McCurdy, she bravely tells her story of the nightmare road of child stardom.
Review of The Long Tale of Tears and Smiles, Rana Bitar’s memoir that follows her journey as a Syrian American oncologist.
Review of Finding the Mother Tree: Discovering the Wisdom of the Forest, a memoir and nonfiction about the connectedness of nature.
Review of Money Going Out of Style, an overview of macro economics and well written lesson in what money is and where its future is headed.
Review of They Called Us Enemy, the graphic novel memoir of actor George Takai’s childhood in an American internment camp.