It All Changed in an Instant: More Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous & Obscure

It All Changed in an Instant: More Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous & Obscure
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It All Changed in an Instant: A lot more Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Renowned & Obscure Description

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Thousands of men and women around the world responded to the call for submissions Smith Magazine six word. Followed by the resounding success of the bestselling New York Times is not quite what I thought, this is not the memoirs of Sarah Silverman, Junot Diaz, Neil Patrick Harris, Suze Orman, Gay Talese, Tony Hawk Amy Tan and hundreds of in no way prior to published author. Funny and bittersweet, witty and wild, or even tragic, the life story of addiction is both monumental and modest. Six word memoirs became a global phenomenon, which gives everyone a look at humanity and say a opportunity to uncover the writer inside. “Dad:” Every thing but journalism. “I rebelled.” Malcolm Gladwell “Live the life of man in a woman’s body!” -Diane von Furstenberg “Met his wife bachelorette party.” Eddie Matz, “The miserable childhood led to royalty.” -Frank McCourt “I never checked my ticket.” Casey-burr “shiny head. Hippie hair. Shiny head.” -Wally Lamb It All Changed in an Instant: Much more Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous & Obscure

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