Review: It All Changed In An Instant: More Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous & Obscure (Six-Word Memoirs)

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Title: It All Changed In An Instant: More Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous & Obscure  (Six-Word Memoirs) 

Author: Larry Smith (Editor)

Published: January 5th 2010 by Harper Perennial

Thousands of people around the world responded to SMITH Magazine’s call for six-word memoirs. Following up on the smashing success of the New York Times bestseller Not Quite What I Was Planning, here are more memoirs from Sarah Silverman, Junot Diaz, Neil Patrick Harris, Suze Orman, Gay Talese, Tony Hawk, Amy Tan, and hundreds of never-before-published writers.

Funny and bittersweet, witty and wild, or downright tragic, these addictive life stories are both monumental and miniscule. Six-word memoirs have become a global phenomenon, offering anyone and everyone a telling peek at humanity and a chance to find the writer within.

Some of these memoirs were hilarious, some told a very important meaning, and some didn’t even make sense.  honestly didn’t know what this book was going to be about when I first got it, but when I read memoirs by famous authors, or even famous people that I knew, I grew curious!

I honestly didn’t know what this type of book was doing at a bookstore, but I got it and started to read throughout all the memoirs, and found myself laughing at some of them for no reason!

This book was pretty enjoyable for no reason. It was weird.

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