Memories A La Carte, Essays on a Life
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In this collection of humorous and heartfelt personal essays, Kaye Curren relates what it’s been like to be a woman living, growing, and surviving in America in the latter half of the twentieth century and beyond. From a childhood in sunny San Fernando Valley to a joyful retirement in snowy Michigan. In between are love and marriage, her showbiz days, divorce, depression, workforce dilemmas, and stints as a mother, stepmother, and grandmother – highlighting humorous, and sometimes painful, memories.
Kaye Curren writes with poignancy and humor. Her essays will draw readers back to their childhoods and they will reflect upon universal themes of loss, maturing and finding the path of truth.
I so enjoyed this delightful, amusing, and poignant memoir! I found myself easily relating to the author's everywoman experiences and also intrigued by her more extraordinary ones. I look forward to reading more from her!