“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 →

“Becoming” by Michelle Obama

While not a huge fan of “new and bestselling” books, I could not go by Michelle Obama’s autobiography “Becoming”. The book was looking at me from every shelf of every bookstore I was passing by. I have read the book and I am glad that I have. I loved the style – deep, sincere, and... Continue Reading →

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