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Common Things That Are Suddenly Special: A Memoir by Brenda Liddy. Inspired by SEI Shonagon's Pillow Book

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Common Things That are Suddenly Special is an inspirational memoir which will motivate readers to see the ordinary things and events in their lives as special and extraordinary. It is what Thomas Larson defines as sudden memoir, which helps the writer to cope, get through, get past. Freud claimed that our memories are stored in our brains as static entities, but recent ...more
Paperback, 178 pages
Published February 21st 2014 by Createspace
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Jun 28, 2014 Norah rated it it was ok
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While considering writing a memoir, I heard about a course at Queens University Belfast, starting in September 2014, and thought - just what I need! I contacted the tutor by email and heard she was having a book launch at No Alibis bookshop in Belfast which I often frequent. So I went along. It was an interesting presentation (not having even dipped into the book myself!) - two women reading parts of it, dressed in Chinese and Northern Irish dress: quite effective actually as the book was ...more
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