Review: Letters from England

I was given this book to review by The Review of Texas Books. In her memoir, Letters from England, Conita Jernigan Lyle not only shares her adventures of living abroad as a teacher for the Department of Defense in the early 1960’s, but also gives readers an intimate view of her struggle to remain bothContinue reading “Review: Letters from England”

Review: Born Round by Frank Bruni

When I first saw Frank Bruni’s memoir Born Round on the shelf, I took one look at the plump kid on the cover and picked it up. First of all, I love chubby kids. Always have. When my little sister went through this phase where she ate tortilla chips until she threw up and thenContinue reading “Review: Born Round by Frank Bruni”