My thanks go out to Sally for the inclusion of my post in her new Daily meet the reviewer’s posts. I am honoured but also feel the unethical practices of greedy manufacturers should be exposed…Thank you, Sally 🙂 xxx
Welcome to the first Blogger Daily of October. Didn’t that come around fast. But whatever the month, there are always fantastic blog posts to share and here are just three from the many great articles I have read over the weekend.
The first post is the usual Sunday Book Review from D.G. Kaye, and this week she is reviewing Heaven’s Rage by Leslie Tate.
Today I’m reviewing Heaven’s Rage by Leslie Tate. This book is classified as an imaginative autobiography and I’d have to agree that’s an accurate description. Tate invites us in to his deepest thoughts and memories, giving us a ring side seat into fragments of his life.
HEAVEN’S RAGE is an imaginative autobiography. Reporting on feelings people don’t usually own up to, Leslie Tate explores addiction, cross-dressing and the hidden sides of families. Writing lyrically, he brings together stories of bullying, childhood dreams, thwarted creativity…
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