Few Americans truly understand the struggles that the U.S. military faces in Afghanistan and the frustrations of the Afghans who often see the U.S. presence as yet another invasion. Saima Wahab's memoir, In My Father's Country, is an enlightening look into this ongoing conflict.Read Full Story
Celebrities -- they are just like us, or are they? These five noteworthy celebrity memoirs relate the stories of getting ahead in spite of adversities, of unusual paths to the "happily ever after" and of the family bonds that persevere -- famous or not.Read Full Story
When I first heard about Dancing on Broken Glass, I thought that the author, Ka Hancock, was a young nurse who left health care to pursue writing. Turns out she's doing it all and keeping up with four grown kids and ten grandchildren! Now, I don't know what impresses me more -- that she is able to balance two career passions and a large family, or that she makes it to the elliptical every day!Read Full Story
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