Month: May 2019

Book review

“Writing Life Stories” – a guide to writing memoir

“Writing Life Stories – how to make memories into memoirs, ideas into essays and life into literature” by Bill Roorbach & Kristen Keckler, PhD. F+W Publications, 2008 A book review by Dr. Sangeeta Mahajan Bill Roorbach is a professor at University of Maine and lives in Farmington, Maine. USA. He is also a construction worker.

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Book review

EDUCATED: A memoir that sears the soul.

EDUCATED by Tara Westover Random House, Feb 2018 A review by Kamalini Natesan How does one review a book of this nature- a memoir? Memoirs have the undue advantage of a certain point of view, and rely on memory and narration of facts from the perspective of the writer, who has chosen to write of

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