Memoir/Autobiography, Nonfiction, Sociology

Corrections in Ink by Keri Blakinger

I first downloaded a digital review copy of Corrections in Ink back in December and between then and getting the physical copy in January, I had forgotten that my initial inspiration for doing so was because Keri was a skater and it'd been awhile since I'd read a journalist's memoir, my favorite subgroup of memoirs. Couple… Continue reading Corrections in Ink by Keri Blakinger

Biography, Nonfiction, True Crime

Catch the Sparrow by Rachel Rear

A Search for a Sister and the Truth of Her Murder Another manuscript read, I finished Catch the Sparrow in May of 2021. I'm still not a big true crime reader, but reading this book, followed by the disappearance of Gabby Petito, I've been thinking more and more about our culture's fascination with missing young… Continue reading Catch the Sparrow by Rachel Rear