Memoir

21 Feb 19

It’s been too long since a female musician put out an autobiography, really. Maybe not since Kim Gordon’s 2015 memoir, Girl In A Band, has such fanfare been made over a literary release of the music world. But, as Lily Allen points out time and time again throughout My Thoughts Exactly, her music has rarely been […]

21 Feb 19
Public Intelligence Blog

Joao Teixeira de Faria, known by an alias “John of God”, languishes — to the best of my knowledge, as of midnight on the snowy eve of President’s Day here in mid-central New England — in a Brazilian jail somewhere in central-West Brazil.

21 Feb 19
azadrooh's Blog

Silence hides so many secrets. Faces that pop up during a mildly interesting browsing session. But in your mind. His, when he says the only thing he could ever brag about me was academics. My face, when he said it. My eyes, the complete death in them. And yet, he did not desist. My mind, […]

21 Feb 19
Memoirs of my suitcases

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

21 Feb 19
hotmessmemoir.com

Yup! I started a podcast! I have 2 recorded and published on Itunes, Spotify, etc. and have 1 that I should be publishing by later this week. I’ve wanted to challenge myself for a while now with this and so I thought I might as well try! Click here to read more via I Started […]

21 Feb 19
Crazy Book Lady

Super super sorry for not posting in so long. But one of my topics that I had wrote down to put a post about was why should you love reading. Now there are many many answers to this. Every person you ask are going to have some sort of answer. The many people that I […]

21 Feb 19
book gumshoe to wherever books are

I was already in my twenties when I sat down with a novel for the first time and fell in love. The novel was Mother Night by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Back then, the only novelists I knew or heard of were Stephen King and Stephenie Meyer. In short, I knew nothing. Mother Night is a […]

21 Feb 19
M.A. Lossl

Dear readers, friends and followers, I am delighted to announce the publication of Amalia’s Journey: A Cockney Mother’s Story from World War One. Available now on Amazon worldwide:   Synopsis Overview This story is set at the end of the Art Nouveau era and during the WW1 period. A tale of romance and an idyllic […]

21 Feb 19
A Wish For Words To Write

I try to not revisit the time in my life when I was studying to create costumes for television and film. It’s not that I hated the people in the program, or that everyone I met treated me with disdain (whether regarding the program I was in or the fact that I didn’t dress or […]

21 Feb 19
Gypsy Tales.

Never wondered how all these fix here? Your coming into my life like an unbounded cluster of broken stars, And there was i roaming like a forgotten documentary of a mad psyche. It could have ended there or started a new anonymity. An answer unsaid and a thunderous chaos shivering our entity. For an ungraceful […]

21 Feb 19
Deedi Reads

Rating: 5/5 | This may have been the most personal memoir I have ever read. Laymon isn’t just writing about his life; he’s practically writing poetry about his soul. I kept being re-surprised, over and over, at just how many of his deepest, darkest, most private thoughts, feelings, and actions were put down into words for the world to read. (Click the post to read more.)

21 Feb 19
DIVA MAGAZINE

London’s LGBTQ+ Film Festival launches their 2019 programme – centering bisexuality, asexuality and intersex identities BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS BFI Flare, London’s LGBTQ+ Film Festival, has revealed its full programme for 2019 – and it’s bloody brilliant. Jam-packed full of lesbian, bisexual, trans and intersex representation – and bookended by two films centering queer women’s stories – the […]

21 Feb 19
Literary Hub

Announcing the finalists for the Aspen Words Literary Prize. | Lit Hub Much like the real Oscars, our Fake Book Oscars have no host and will probably anger some people. | Lit Hub “Weber saw no reason why film should aim to merely amuse when it was possible to change the world.” On Lois Weber, […]

21 Feb 19
The Memoirs of Kohila Balachandran

Oh God!!The boss was so paranoid today!!! Phoning a hindered times and asking me multitudes of questions.The new maid they have, Linda is a real idiot. I specifically told her to look after Harshini,the bosses daughter while I go upstairs to finish up the rainforest diorama. The phone suddenly rand,so I ran downstairs and Linda […]

21 Feb 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

US morning briefing US news Thursday’s top story: US coast guard lieutenant planned attack on Democrats and journalists. Plus, how doctors deal with anti-vaxxers in the delivery ward Guns and ammunition found by investigators at the Maryland home of Christopher Hasson, who allegedly intended ‘to murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this […]