Thursday, December 17, 2009

Book Review: Six Word Memoirs on Love and Heartbreak

Six Word Memoirs on Love and Heartbreak by Famous and Obscure

Yes, I know, I know, I need to lay off of these books and review something else. But, I cannot help myself. I have an obsession with these little phrases. This book does not let down. As with all the other books, this is very open and honest. It amazes me every time that I read six words and so much emotion, ideas, and thoughts are expressed. Six words actually speak volumes. This one hits us all on something that we can relate to which is love and heartbreak. I am going to follow the same format as I did with the previous book and mention a few of my favorites. There were a few others that I wanted to share for simple shock value, but I decided to keep those to the readers who read. Here are some of my favs in no particular order.

By the way, check this book out and read. Another thought provoking book that will make you think about others and you realize that you have similar situations with other people. You can always find someone to relate to.
I never said "I Love You"

No, you can't have the toaster.

My mother warned me about you.

He always stirs my chocolate milk.

She got Hodgkins's Lymphoma. I bailed.

Went for milk. Never came back.

I put the seat down now.

Somehow I even love his snoring.

She said she was a he.

His e-mail password was the same.

Actually the couch is quite comfortable.

As always, feel free to share your own or others that you have heard. Check out this book and all the others as well as the website, SMITH magazine -
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