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A Tongue in the Sink: The Harrowing Adventures of a Baby Boomer Childhood by Dennis Fried, Ph.D.

While we can list all the wrongs of a generation especially "Baby Boomers," some memoirs can fill us with nostalgia and point out experiences we missed out on, "A Tongue in the Sink: The Harrowing Adventures of a Baby Boomer Childhood" by Dennis Fried, Ph.D. is witty, wonderfully written laid-back reading and not dense with a scarred childhood.

A Life Worth Living: The Journey of an Authentic Soul by Carla Feagan

Reading "A Life Worth Living: The Journey of an Authentic Soul" by Carla Feagan I was expecting a guide for me to achieve an "authentic soul," but instead I got a sensory-rich memoir, with poetry that gives the book an artistic flavor. The poetry between chapters and within chapters are the highlights of this book striking your senses with smart details, a wise choice by the author in a very personal and brave journey.