By Katherine Itacy Genre(s): Memoir Review: Jennette McCurdy might’ve been a child actor of iCarly and Sam & Cat fame, she might’ve acted alongside Ariana Grande and Miranda Cosgrove and had a brief country music career and attended countless kid’s award shows, but it’s never the life or career or childhood she wanted. It was […]Read More Book Review: I’m Glad My Mom Died, by Jennette McCurdy
By Katherine Itacy Genre(s): Memoir Summary (as provided by author): In this new book, McKee takes readers on a journey through his childhood, adolescence, and teenage years from the mid-40s to the mid-60s, in the small, then industrially-polluted town of Elmira, Ontario, Canada—one of the centers of production for Agent Orange during the Vietnam War. […]Read More Book Review: Kid on the Go!: Memoir of My Childhood and Youth, by Neill McKee￼
By Katherine Itacy Genre(s): Memoir; Dancer Autobiography Synopsis: Fierce and Delicate is Renée Nicholson’s love letter to the art of dance. The memoir details the unrelenting and often unrealistic requirements of ballet dancers, the competitiveness and cattiness exhibited by so many in the field, the joy and pride Nicholson so often felt while rehearsing and […]Read More Book Review: Fierce and Delicate: Essays on Dance and Illness, by Renée K. Nicholson
Book Review: Reaching for Normal, by Amy Daniels By Katherine Itacy Genre(s): Memoir Synopsis: At twenty-six years old, Amy Daniels is a new mother with an exceedingly cranky baby. She and her husband, Dave, decide to get their daughter checked out by medical professionals, and when they do, they’re told seven-month-old Emily has a brain […]Read More Book review: Reaching for normal, by amy daniels
Genre(s): Memoir Synopsis: Dorothy Rice’s memoir focuses on a year in the author’s early sixties in which she strove to work on her physical and emotional health, her physical and emotional relationship with her husband, her ability to love and accept herself, and her goal of writing a book about the experience. As Rice explains […]Read More Book Review: Gray is the New Black, by Dorothy Rice
Genre: Memoir Review: This review was originally published at Story Circle Book Reviews: Most women in America are insecure about at least one aspect of their physical appearance. I, myself, am most insecure about a benign tumor I have on my lower back, although I am able to hide it with a loose shirt or […]Read More Book Review: Face: A Memoir, by Marcia Meier
Today is the official publication date of my paperback memoir, “Relentless: From National Champion to Physically Disabled Activist.” Get your copy on Amazon today!Read More In the Immortal Words of The Beatles, I’m Officially a “Paperback Wriiiiiiiiitaaaaaa!”
The Kindle/e-book version of my self-help memoir, “Relentless: From National Champion to Physically Disabled Activist,” is out now on Amazon!Read More Kindle version of RELENTLESS out now!