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petersteel

that was nice to read this .. that was really great to read this type of stuff.. that was great...

Maria

Thank you! I am always hunting for good memoirs.

Barbara

maria - Enjoy!

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Great read thanks for the recommendation.

Jolin

I had to read the book for a sociology course for Asian American Studies and I was more moved by the life anecdotes of her family life than any of the drama on racism. (Not to say I cannot relate to the bigotry and guilt.)

She pretty much described my teenage-angst in dealing with my brother(s) and my dad.

I wish my parents were as in love though.

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Thanks for this piece of post. It will surely make your readers interested in reading the book you've mentioned.

Smokow

AJGreat post and timely too. I'm in the prosces of working with some clients on improving content creation for their websites and the points you make underscore the much of what I'm trying to communicate.Finally, your cartoon selections are superb. Envisioning Google as Homer Simpson is right on and the Ginger cartoon is my favorite Farside.

Ibrahim

Nicole,I enjoyed rediang your seven suggestions on ways for writers to pay it forward. Such a wonderful concept!I wrote a post on my blog in September on the same topic, crediting the author of the book, Pay It Forward, which coined the phrase and inspired the movie.Patricia Gligor recently posted..

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