Glitter and Glue
Publish date: February 4th 2014
Publisher: Books on Tape
Edition language: English
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I have never read a book by Kelly Corrigan before so this memoir was my first taste of her writing style. I have to say that her writing style really worked for me and each chapter went by so fast. Ms. Corrigan is a natural born storyteller and the way she describes people and even events I felt as ...
Normally, I tend to avoid memoirs at all costs. Often I find them to be either overly self aggrandizing or too much of a pity party to fully enjoy. I picked this one up because, like the author, I too spent some time in Australia. The book was less travelogue than I anticipated, but I appreciated he...
I should preface this by admitting I am a fan of Kelly Corrigan. When The Middle Place came out in hardcover, Kelly Corrigan told an audience how her mom stopped at Borders a couple of times a week to move her books from the nowhere-land of diet books and medical narratives to a place up front in th...
This memoir concentrates on a piece of Kelly Corrigan’s life in which she seems to come of age. From her own description, she seems to have been a contrarian child, not eager to please her mother, far closer to, and more accepting of, her father. After graduation from college, she lived with her gra...
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