Review: BLIND CURVES by Linda Crill
I was amazed at how meaningful I found this memoir. It's not "flibbertygibbety" "chick-lit," and the author is not some vain ego-pusher. Instead, she is forthright about her values and flaws, and although she faces fears and is not completely unafraid, the point is, she acknowledges, then learns how to cope with, those fears. Additionally, she leaves her reader with wise philosophy and the sense of time well-spent with this narrative.