Tag Archives: memoir

Beautiful Boy by David Sheff

When I’m not burying myself under a tsunami of dystopian novels, I’m balls deep in the pages of some kind of memoir. Usually about drugs and/or alcohol addiction. Love it. Absolutely infatuated by it. There is nothing I love more … Continue reading

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How to Murder Your Life by Cat Marnell

Lend me your ears, young scribes, and let me take you on a methamphetamine-fueled escapade guaranteed to have your jaws a-droppin’. This fucking book. I stumbled across this whirlwind of a memoir during one of my weekly Amazon book-buying binges. The … Continue reading

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Land of Enchantment by Leigh Stein

As someone who has always read books as a means to escape reality, it’s extremely rare for me to pick up a non-fiction book or memoir and enjoy it as much as I would fiction. You know the story: “Leave reality … Continue reading

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