Save Yourself the Cost of the Sarah Palin Memoir: Read Great Kakutani Review in New York Times

Thanks to my Facebook friend Marla Miller for pointing me to a great review–and a great strategy for dealing with this particular memoir.  Read the review; don’t buy the book. Use the comment section to agree or disagree with the strategy or with the book!

Here’s the link to the Kakutani review in the Times.

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About Shirley Hershey Showalter

Author of memoir Blush: A Mennonite Girl Meets a Glittering World. Blogging about Magical Memoir Moments and Jubilación -- vocation in the second half of life.
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4 Responses to Save Yourself the Cost of the Sarah Palin Memoir: Read Great Kakutani Review in New York Times

  1. Gutsywriter says:

    I just read the article and after seeing the interview on Oprah, I've heard the book and don't need to buy it. I AGREE with not having to buy the book. Thanks Shirley and Marla for pointing this review out. Need I say more?

  2. alittlesandy says:

    Thanks for pointing me to a great review! And thanks also for telling readers to save their money, lol.

  3. shirleyhs says:

    Sandy, thanks for the comment. It's great to see you here. Sonia, you are such a faithful reader. I can't imagine how much time you spend blogging if you are as generous with all your many followers as you are with me. Thanks, both of you. And isn't it amazing how much attention this book is getting? Here in west Michigan, she created a big scene at her Grand Rapids book signing.

  4. shirleyhs says:

    Sandy, thanks for the comment. It's great to see you here. Sonia, you are such a faithful reader. I can't imagine how much time you spend blogging if you are as generous with all your many followers as you are with me. Thanks, both of you. And isn't it amazing how much attention this book is getting? Here in west Michigan, she created a big scene at her Grand Rapids book signing.

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