Patty asked:

I see a lot of mixed reviews on Getting to Happy. I am reading it, but have to admit that it is taking me much longer than usual to read a book. I'm just on Page 28 and have had this book for about three months. On another note, I'd like to you all like memoirs?

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Kathy I'm listening to it as an audio book, and I'm really enjoying it that way.
Ronald Yes, I love a well-written, solid, and unforgettable memoir that I can learn excellent tips about how to become a better person. I recommend the following superb memoirs:
1. Makes Me Wanna Holler, Nathan McCall
2. The Color of Water, James McBride
3. A Father First: How My Life Became Bigger than Basketball, Dwyane Wade
4. No Disrespect, Sister Souljah
5. What Becomes of the Brokenhearted, E. Lynn Harris
6. Black Boy, Richard Wright
Darlene Harrington it took me a long time to read it as well because it jump to so many point of views
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