I read a lot and I write a lot. That is why I decided to say something about the books I’ve read, loved and hated, about those that flummoxed me, shaped me into what I am, brought tears to my eyes and belly laughs, and encouraged me to ask questions and find answers.
There is an unorthodox mix of topics, including fiction and non-fiction, but many are related to psychology and technology.
2019 Book Reviews
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The Inconceivable Truth: A Gutsy Memoir about Defining and Surviving Childless Womanhood in the 21st Century by Nicki Fenthum (Book Review)
“Dodging Satan: My Irish/Italian, Sometimes Awesome, But Mostly Creepy, Childhood” by Kathleen Zamboni McCormick (Book Review)
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