December 10, 2020
Tell Me More by Kelly Corrigan
Genre/Categories: Memoir, Biographical, Humor, Self Help
This year as part of Blog Audit Challenge 2020 I’m going back to update older review posts. On Thursdays, I’ll be re-sharing a few of these great reads, and today I’m eager to share my review of the compelling Tell Me More: Stories About the Ten Hardest Things I’m Learning to Say.
I’m linking up today with Davida @ The Chocolate Lady’s Book Review Blog for #throwbackthursday.
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“In these various personal essays, popular author Kelly Corrigan explores the power of words to make a difference in our lives. Throughout the engaging and thoughtful collection of stories, there runs a theme of grief as she learns to accept the loss of her father and best friend. Each chapter includes humorous, insightful, and poignant reflections revolving around the roles she plays as a parent, a spouse, a survivor, a daughter, a sibling, a seeker, and a best friend.”
Friendly, engaging, thought-provoking, reflective…
Continue here for my full review of Tell Me More ….
Have you read Tell Me More or is it on your TBR?
Have you read other books by Kelly Corrigan?
I haven’t heard of her!
She writes humorous and thoughtful memoirs.
It’s an interesting thing to think about yourself in all of those facets
It’s an interesting read!
Great idea to update old blog posts. That’s something I need to do but haven’t had the time.
I find that doing one a week is doable for me…. I started in January and it’s just a routine now! I’m amazed at how many broken links I find! Not the Amazon ones but links to other blogs.
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I have never read a self help book but I feel like I should try reading at least one.
This is also a memoir and she shares 5 of her patients stories (anonymously) and its smartly written…I think you’d love it Blake!