Tag Archives: memoir

#BookReview – P.S. I Forgive You – A Broken Legacy by D.G. Kaye #Memoir #Narcissism

On the eve of my father’s funeral, I find myself writing my review of this memoir with a real sense of gratitude that I was lucky enough to have loving parents, and little dysfunctionality in my family. My father was raised in a rather Victorian household, (he was born in 1919), where children were seen but […]

#BookReview – WORDS WE CARRY by D.G. Kaye #memoir #essay

Book Review – non-fiction memoir/essay My latest review was just a fraction too late to squeeze into #AugustReviews, but please do share anyway. Words We Carry by D.G. Kaye My rating: 5 of 5 stars ‘Words We Carry: Essays of Obsession and Self-Esteem’ is a perfect title for this collection of memoirs about growing up […]

#Review – MENO-WHAT? A MEMOIR – by D G Kaye #non-fiction #memoir #menopause

I really need to catch up on a few more reviews, so here goes… Although this blog is usually about fantasy and SF, sometimes I like to read something outside those genres, and this is one of those occasions. This little book is one for ‘ladies of a certain age’, and, indeed all ladies, as it […]