Readers Circle: Reading Memoirs
Whether you're interested in browsing online for examples of memoirs or having true life stories emailed to your inbox, the Memoirs By: Me Readers Circle is the place to be. Multiple book clubs are available online however, few focus on memoirs and even fewer offer to publish their readers' stories. Not so, here. We've been sharing stories by people like you since April 2004...for free.
You'll find the most recent articles pertaining to reading memoirs and featured memoirs that have been published on this site are right here on this page, and it is updated regularly. So if you enjoy reading a good story...fresh and about true life, bookmark this page.
Memoirs make for great reading...read on and see for yourself.
Most Recent Articles on Reading Memoirs
You Don't Have to be Family to Enjoy a Good Memoir
Traditionally we think the only people interested in reading a memoir are family members. Unless of course, it's written by a celebrity of some sort...then, possibly someone from the general public might be interested in that kind of story. But that's simply not true. Many people enjoy reading biographies and autobiographies, even when they're not about celebrities. Read more.
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Most Recently Featured Memoirs
The First Moment of...The Sixties
By: Joseph Duffy
I was sure when The Fifties would come to an end. They would end on December 31, 1959, at the stroke of midnight. I was a young boy of eleven at that moment, and my twin brother Jim and I were helping my Mom baby-sit for my sister Betty, who lived across tiny Agate Street from us. It was a big deal, as the decade would be changing, something I had never experienced, as I was too young the last time this happened. Read more.
What Is She Thinking: A Canyon of Quandaries
By: Michele Johnson Keesee
Two beautiful, ocean-blue eyes stared blankly from behind scratchproof lenses. Her mouth gaped, and the sauce from the breadsticks she ate moments beforehand stained the corners of her mouth. Her facial muscles slacked and her shoulders slumped. Her mind had retreated to that special place, her face utilizing its shield, guarding her private thoughts. Read more.
The Ten Second Lesson
By: Norhafizah Manaf
It was during the World Championships Games which was held in Tokyo, Japan in 1991. The 100m mens finals was about to take place. There certainly was a cheerful festive atmosphere that late evening in Tokyo. The sun was just about to set. Read more.
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