Everyone has a story to tell, which is one reason writing classes are full of people who want to put theirs between the covers of books. Not surprisingly, there is even greater demand in celebrity and business circles. From tell-all memoirs to discreet, thoughtful autobiographies, these books sell well. Openly sharing what used to be taboo, such as mental illness, abuse, and addiction, is cathartic and often helpful to readers.
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