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Nonfiction Focus: Celebrity Memoirs

Updated: Oct 9, 2021

Selected Reviews

Ali Wong’s Dear Girls​: Intimate Tales, Untold Secrets & Advice for Living Your Best Life - I was about two minutes in to listening to Ali Wong's Dear Girls (I listened on Scribd) when I realized this would be an earbuds-in production. Raunchy and real, Wong's memoir goes full on with words that I hope my boys don't say. I loved it!!!! Wong is writing here to her daughters, sharing her life experience and advice for her girls as they grow. She addresses everything from the inequities in her half-Vietnamese, half-Chinese heritage; her stand-up career; her sex life AND her life love; her siblings; her rules for ethnic dining . . . and so much more! The book is honest and tender, and I'm so glad that I listened--Wong's narration of her own story is so much fun to hear in her own words. (Jen)

Busy Philips’s This Will Only Hurt a Little - See Sara's review here.

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