This is a lovely read. Warm, witty, and full of self-deprecating humor, this is a memoir well done.
Even though I found myself shaking my head, disagreeing with Elaine Taylor’s take on life and its meaning, nevertheless I was more than interested in her telling of it.
Most people think they have a remarkable life, some actually do, few can really write well about it. This is a rare exception. The story and the telling (which had a lot of showing, rather than telling) were delightful, insightful and entertaining.
You won’t regret the time you spend reading this one.
Another memoir: Miss Fortune by Albinia Hume