Tag Archive: Memoir

Audiobook Review: #GirlBoss by Sophia Amoruso

ashley | I’ve been meaning to read #Girlboss by Sophia Amoruso for a while now, it sounded exactly like the kind of girl power book I’m into, but I got caught up in… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Because We Are Bad by Lily Bailey

ashley | It seems that I’ve been obsessively reading books about obsessive disorders and mental illnesses lately, so it was natural that I picked up Because We Are Bad by Lily Bailey when… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: You All Grow Up And Leave Me by Piper Weiss

ashley | You All Grow Up And Leave Me by Piper Weiss was dedicated to Lost Girls and opened with an epilogue documenting where all the information comes from, indicating that what is… Continue reading

Audiobook Review: Theft by Finding by David Sedaris

ashley | I have read a few books by David Sedaris over the years and quite enjoyed their quirky, often self-deprecating outlook on life, or on his life at least. So I was really curious to… Continue reading

Audiobook Review: I’m Fine… and Other Lies by Whitney Cummings

ashley | I always felt like I was alone in it, but I really loved the show Whitney starring Whitney Cummings. I thought she was feisty and funny and I related to her a lot and… Continue reading

Book Review: Media Whore by Daniel Shehori and Steven Shehori

ashley | I am not in the habit of reading (or reviewing) self-help books, but every now and then one catches my attention and I happily give it a go. Media Whore was written by Daniel and… Continue reading

Audiobook Review: From Cradle to Stage by Virgina Grohl

ashley | I’ve long thought that Dave Grohl was the coolest guy in rock ‘n’ roll, but I’ve never really contemplated where that cool might have come from, I just assumed it was how he dealt… Continue reading

Audiobook Review: Buffering by Hannah Hart

ashley | I can’t say I’m a fan of Hannah Hart. Other than following her on Instagram, I’m really not at all familiar with her videos or her work. But I’ve really been into… Continue reading

Audiobook Review: Wildflower by Drew Barrymore

ashley | I don’t know what compelled me to pick up Wildflower by Drew Barrymore. I wouldn’t necessarily call myself a huge Barrymore fan, though I absolutely adore The Wedding Singer. But I am drawn to Barrymore’s… Continue reading