“Will” by Will Smith

This is one of the best autobiographical books I have read so far. And I do love reading biographies and autobiographies. In the Book Reviews section, there are only some such books listed. I’ll be adding more. “Will” by Will Smith has the most important feature that makes an autobiography worth reading: sincerity. I’m not... Continue Reading →

“The Salt Path” by Raynor Winn

An amazing, inspiring book that motivates better than any highly acclaimed positive thinking coach."The Salt Path" is a story about the trip the author and her husband had made in order to escape homelessness, the loss of their cherished home they'd been investing all their time and efforts into for over 30 years, and the... Continue Reading →

“A Woman Makes a Plan” by Maye Musk

I truly loved this book. The style is refreshingly simple, but the thoughts - wise. Maye Musk doesn't share extensive personal details, which is rarely welcome, only if a person likes that particular thing in memoir, but at the same time, you read and really see the person behind the book.While reading “A Woman Makes... Continue Reading →

“Inside Out” by Demi Moore

I've developed a true passion for biographies and autobiographies in a recent couple of years. It started with the two books given to me by my friend to read. The biography of Winston Churchill's mother (the most fascinating read) and the autobiography of Agatha Christie (one of the best autobiographies I've read so far).I'm not... Continue Reading →

“True Love” by Jennifer Lopez

This one is a lovely, easy read. But don't expect it to tell you J Lo's story. It does feature some, let's say, episodes of her life, but it lacks the depth, which, for me, is the main attraction in any autobiography."True Love" focuses on Jennifer Lopez's songs; she writes about what inspired each song,... Continue Reading →

“Hillbilly Elegy” by J. D. Vance

An amazingly sincere and personal book. It tells a story of one - rather extended, though! - family, but also manages to illustrate the story of the whole region.For me, as for someone, who lives on the other side of the planet, the most fascinating in this book was finding a lot of similarities with... Continue Reading →

“Kellcey” by Kacey Kells

“Kellcey” by Kacey Kells is a story that often is left untold. It felt like reading a diary. And this narrative style made the story even more heartbreaking. Kacey Kells tells about her almost perfect “before” life with the ingenuousness of youth. Her thoughts are so pure that you feel helpless fury that this purity... Continue Reading →

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