8 Memoirs to Remember When You're Looking for Your Next Read

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8 Memoirs to Remember When You’re Looking for Your Next Read

Amazing lives provide amazing reading in these great memoirs to add to your must-read list.

-Stephanie Elliot

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They say truth is stranger than fiction, because it is, and it’s often more entertaining as well. Here’s a list of some of the hottest memoirs out right now that are sure to prove the most memorable. From divorce to celebrity, medical conditions, star animals, food love and loathing, you’ll find something here for your bookshelf!

Split by Suzanne FinnamoreSplit – Suzanne Finnamore

Split is a raw and fierce account of a woman on the brink of divorce. When her husband informs her that he deserves to be happy and leaves the family, Suzanne Finnamore is left reeling. With a toddler to take care of, she now has to learn how to survive on her own. Later, she discovers that her ex-husband’s means of happiness is, of course, another woman, whom Suzanne refers to as “The Thing Woman”.

This memoir is a must-read for anyone in a relationship. It’s a great, yet scary reminder that love isn’t always a guarantee, and neither are children the anchor to keeping a marriage sanctioned.

Loved, I Lost, I Made Spaghetti – Giulia Melucci

In this sentimental and heartfelt memoir, Giulia recalls her share of heartbreak and shares openly the loves of her life. I’m not too sure though if she wasn’t a bit more into feeding her lovers than they were in being fed, which parallels into her love life. If only her men loved her as much as she loved making pasta!

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  1. I’m reading Losing Mum and Pup by Christopher Buckley now–illuminating. Angry Conversations with God by Susan K. Isaacs (subtitle: A Snarky but Authentic Spiritual Memoir) is funny and deep.

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