I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.
I really enjoyed this short little memoir!
At first I wasn’t quite sure if I would like it, but the more I read, the more I liked it.
Her story isn’t necessarily told in chronological order; there is a little bit of jumping around, but it totally worked.
The best part of this memoir is Mindie’s sense of humor. She always had a positive attitude towards whatever life threw her way. I think that is a really wonderful way to live. Bad stuff happened to her, but she got through it and is happy with where she is in life.
I also loved how respectful she was towards the people who hurt her in the past. At one point she talks about a former friend/associate that she ended up suing for going behind her back and creating her own PR business while still working for Mindie. Instead of pointing fingers and naming names, she just called the woman, Jane Doe. Even when talking about her divorce and ex-husband, she still treats the whole situation as fairly as possible. She brings up some unsavory things, but never vilifies her ex.
Overall, this is a great memoir that makes for a super quick and sometimes humorous read.
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