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Traci Lords by Traci Lords
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Jun 11, 12

Read in January, 2010

I have to say I was surprised at how eloquent and well spoken Traci Lords is. I haven't read a TON of memoirs, but hers is by far the most intelligent, insightful, and poignant by far o all I have read. She is an extremely intelligent who has empowered herself through her surroundings. She has owned up to, and in so doing, has owned her life choices, as opposed to them owning her. I highly recommend this book. It's not a smut novel, so those looking for such need to look elsewhere. This is simply a story of a woman who found herself on a path that she didn't expect to be on, and made hard choices to switch paths, all the while not apologizing or making excuses for where she has been, what she has done, or who she was. Frankly, she wouldn't quite be the dynamic woman she is without her checkered past.
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