Book store shelves abound with bare-all memoirs that tell us more than we want to know.
With each scene one page long, Pat Carr tells the story of her remarkable life with warmth, great humor, drama, and style.
Packed full of fascinating events and intriguing insights, each page seamlessly streams on to the next.
Pat Carr's title is literal--I could not stop diving into one page after another-- absolutely riveting, a unique way of writing an autobiography. Read morePublished on February 16, 2013 by David Madden
This book has a nice cover, and I managed to read it all the way through. But a memoir it is not.
This book strikes me a whiny gossipy report on the author's life, pounding... Read more
Picking up a memoir of someone unfamiliar to you can be a dicey but gutsy decision. You might even strike a deal and tell yourself that you aren't obligated to finish the whole... Read morePublished on March 19, 2011 by Corinne H. Smith
The concept is genius. There are no chapters, just one page essays - one page at a time. Packed full of fascinating events and intriguing insights, each page seamlessly streams... Read morePublished on December 7, 2010 by RHB