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Tag: Memoir

“#GirlBoss”by Sophia Amoruso

This is basically the book I will write once I have made my millions. Style and tone-wise that is. Filled with nuggets of wisdom, practical advice, and a bit of memoir this book packs a powerful and empowering punch. Starting a business from eBay and growing to a multi million dollar corporation took her years of dedicated hard work and for me that is the biggest take away here. Work […]

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“Odd Birds” by: Ian Harding

As soon as I read the description, I knew I had to put in a request to review this one right away! Pretty Little Liars is a show that I have stuck with since the beginning and it has been like a “guilty pleasure” show. I liked Ezra as a character and thought Ian portrayed the character well. I also thought it interesting that Ezra writes a book in the […]

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“Scrappy Little Nobody” by Anna Kendrick

In waiting to read this, as the wait list at the library was insane, I decided to break down and purchase my own copy. I figured, I like Anna and found her tweets amusing, so her writing style I thought I would find enjoyable. I started it and then had to put it down. I was slogging through it and it wasn’t holding my attention. I came back to it […]

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“Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns)” by: Mindy Kaling

This book was okay. I have never seen The Office or The Mindy Project though so maybe that’s why I didn’t really enjoy it as much as maybe others have. I wanted to read a funny memoir. I have read other memoirs by women without being familiar with their work prior to their writings and those have inspired me to check out their work…but as previously written, this was just […]

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“Year of No Clutter: A Memoir” by Eve Schaub

I am posting this review as written. I wrote it in chunks as I was reading the book, so hopefully it is not repetitive. I decided to take a different approach while reading. I usually take notes, or make small notes on Goodreads when I post current reading status updates, but this one I typed my updates in small batches. In reading the description: “From Hoarders to The Life- Changing […]

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