With a no-holds-barred, highly emotional delivery, Amberlie Johnson takes us deep into the world of addiction from the perspective of a spectator with its raw unadulterated narrative,
Candidly sharing her experiences Corriolan reminds us that a lack of emotional intimacy in a marriage invariably leads us to feel distant from our spouse. She knows that many of us don’t feel comfortable expressing our feelings when we feel vulnerable and the lack of emotional connection can put a strain on a marriage.
A far cry from the kiss-and-tell memoirs of dubious celebrity memoirs Wingham’s journey feels true to life and it’s the raw honesty with which she writes that will strike a chord with many of her readers.
In this beautifully written and insightful personal account, Sara Fashandi leads us through the childhood and the coming of age of her older brother, Mohsen.
Combining verse, music and historical context, Maria Rosa spins an exquisitely framed narrative of the First Peoples of Australia, in a work of healing and reconciliation.
Evan’s memoir is no sugar-coated tale of suffering and redemption-rather a candid account of her own personal struggles in reaction to being torn from loving parents at the tender age of 8 and left at the mercy of a cruel and white-washing care system.
Beautifully and honestly written, ‘From the Flood’, is the spellbinding childhood memoir of Suzanne Jones, encompassing the great floods of Hurricane Agnes in the 70’s, and the magical world which blossomed from its putrid destruction and devastation.
An intriguing blend of travelogue and memoir, it’s a fascinating and informative journey of discovery as Cassandra Campbell-Kemp’s immersive narrative delves deeply into Italy’s topography, landscape, food and people.