Memoir

21 May 19
PEOPLE.com

Natalie Portman is denying claims from Moby that the two had a brief fling when she was a teenager

21 May 19
Mindweapons in Ragnarok

Intelligence, in the context of the CIA, MI-6, KGB and so on, is a branch of practical philosophy, armed.  The director of the CIA is supposed to ask “first questions,” but political and budgetary pressures get in the way. This is why a ordinary people doing intelligence can actually do it better than the billion […]

21 May 19
ANTHROPOCENE MEMOIRS PROJECT

The age old question of whether the human population can continue to increase exponentially while using the resources on our finite planet linger with me daily. Can these two concepts coexist? An economist would simply state our current economic system will fix itself by letting the markets play-out. What if this waiting process takes too […]

21 May 19
brianpwharton

Writer Kerry Hudson has written her first memoir about growing up poor and working class across various towns and cities in Britain. The book has the headline grabbing title of Lowborn, and in it she documents the constant moves from school to school which deprived her of a proper education, leaving her to question her […]

21 May 19
CauseACTION Clarion

“In college, I was left of center,” explained James Comey in an interview with New York magazine, “and through a gradual process I found myself more comfortable with a lot of the ideas and approaches the Republicans were using.” Comey voted for Jimmy Carter in 1980, but says that four years later, in 1984, “I […]

21 May 19
Latest Entertainment News | Top Celebrity News, Hollywood Headlines

Natalie Portman has taken a swipe at Moby after he claimed he dated her when she was 20-years-old in his new memoir Then It Fell Apart. The actress told Harper’s Bazaar UK online: “I was surprised to hear that he characterized the very short time that I knew him as dating because my recollection is […]

21 May 19
Christian White's Memoir Blog

At the end of the memoir, Krakauer descends into basecamp, finally safe from the disaster from the mountains. He start’s weeping and discribes it as “I haven’t weep since I was a small boy”. This show’s us how traumatizing the experience was. The next day the group would leave the basecamp and return to Namche […]

21 May 19
Thembi Hleza

Yesterday my beloved sister gave birth to a healthy bouncy baby girl, this had me thinking about new, fresh beginnings. I am a product of opportune moments which resulted in me starting afresh and doing it better. A lot of these life defining moments, where I was able to rise above the situation at hand…. […]

21 May 19
Russia News Now

© Verso Books “AQ [al-Qaida] is on our side in Syria,” US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was advised in a February 2012 email from her deputy chief of staff. Journalist Max Blumenthal opens his latest book, The Management of Savagery, with this telling epigraph. The statement to Clinton reveals the kinship between US military […]

21 May 19
Russia News Now

© Verso Books “AQ [al-Qaida] is on our side in Syria,” US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was advised in a February 2012 email from her deputy chief of staff. Journalist Max Blumenthal opens his latest book, The Management of Savagery, with this telling epigraph. The statement to Clinton reveals the kinship between US military […]

21 May 19
Memoirs of a petite missy

Salut lovelies,  How have you been. I know it seems like I have been gone for ages deserting my blog and readers. No I didn’t. I always had YOU in mind. I couldn’t keep away for so long and that’s why I am typing RIGHT NOW.  Am glad for the opportunity to have met some […]

21 May 19
the common place

Reading this memoir is just like eating pigs in a blanket — easy, quick and delicious. Perfect if you’re in the mood for something light. #25wordbookreviews (link)

21 May 19
At Home He Feels Like A Tourist

Avalanche: A Love Story Barbican Theatre, 8th May 2019 Dear Wonderful People Who Make Theatre, Please can you persuade Maxine Peake and Andrew Scott to come together on stage in a naturalistic two hander about a normal couple who have something extraordinary happen to them. Manchester, London or Timbuktu. I don’t care where. Subject TBD. […]