It is a startling image to match a startling tale. The soon-to-be-released autobiography of Samantha Geimer, raped at age 13 by director Roman Polanski, is gaining attention for its cover as well as its content.
Early on in his newly released memoir, George W. Bush writes with great credibility, and a welcome absence of histrionics, about his slow-motion turn toward faith
The James Beard Awards are often called “the Oscars of the food world,” and not unjustly.
I love celebrity memoirs, and not in an ironic way. I don’t love them because they’re campy
“Late Show With David Letterman” bandleader Paul Shaffer is a walking Wikipedia of rock ‘n’ roll history — and now he’s added his own story to the mix. Shaffer’s new memoir, “We’ll Be Here for the Rest of Our Lives: A Swingin’ Showbiz Saga” (Flying Dolphin Press) offers his take on a colorful career, from piano lessons in his native Canada to a “Saturday Night Live” stint to the gig he’s had, and relished, for 27 years — Letterman’s sidekick
When I heard that Sarah Palin wrote her upcoming 400-page autobiography, Going Rogue: An American Life, in four months, I thought, What took her so long? To prove that introspection doesn’t need to be time-consuming, I decided to try to write my memoir in one day
Serena Williams just wants to move on.