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Jon Winokur 18h
An is only to be trusted when it reveals something disgraceful. A man who gives a good account of himself is probably lying, since any life when viewed from the inside is simply a series of defeats. GEORGE ORWELL
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Wellness By Victorine🌱 Nov 10
📚It was both exciting & challenging experience to record and a 📑 for an .
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Carole Parkes 20m
Family history buffs interested in the surnames of Lancashire and life there, should delve into this autobiography. It also has end-notes relating to the people and places mentioned in the book.
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All Revolutions Nov 10
Read 1 get 150 subj grasp site:How come this encyclopaedia has flow like a novel
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A Book Club, Bitch Nov 4
“‘Malcom, there’s one thing I like about you, you’re no good, but you don’t try to hide it. You are not a hypocrite.’” (Pg. 15)
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Family Memories Nov 6
Write Your Or Help A Parent Or Grandparent Get Their Life Story Preserved For
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AUTHORKARENNEAL(WEWE) Nov 10
The best to come in life by Wewe I have one more week left until I get my book in the mail Then I can get the move on with planning a book launch and booksignin event I have email one person back in October
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lifewriting Nov 10
Think NPR did a spot on this too -- sounded very interesting...
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Donna 23m
Ticking Off Breast Cancer is a chronological narrative of Sara’s life from the day of her primary breast cancer diagnosis and throughout treatment. Ticking off Breast Cancer by Sara Liyanage via
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Family Memories Nov 7
A workbook that is ideal for writing an
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VertebratePublishing 21h
This month marks four years since we published Doug Scott's , Up and About! In this fascinating account, Scott tells his story from his birth in Nottingham to the summit of the world. Available now:
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John Wall Nov 8
Folks, keep an eye out for what promises to be, a book that will I'm sure leave you enthralled. Launching on Dec 6th, with all proceeds to , this is the inspiring journey thru life by survivor, . Perfect for 😉
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Gary Smollen Nov 7
It's your story. A couple of red herrings will spice things up.
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Obsolete Harbinger Nov 7
Now 'White Line Fever'. Should be good. Anyone else read it? Any thoughts?
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Maxine Sylvester 3h
RT – Readers have said it's like sitting in her kitchen with her sharing a pot of tea and a cosy, intimate chat. FamilyHistory atCaroleParkes1
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The Real Mike Wilson Nov 7
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Soundarya Nov 8
Just finished reading 'On Balance' - Leila Seth's autobiography. I just wish I could have met her and so many such inspiring women across the world!!
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Russell Ricard Nov 9
“Me: Elton John Official Autobiography." Most intriguing: relationship w/parents (yikes). Reflective, but not sentimental. Says this is written record for his two sons of the real him. Well done. For now, though, he’s certainly still standing.
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Carole Parkes 2h
Autobiography enhanced by the back pages of referenced end-notes giving added information about the people and places mentioned in the book.
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