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Reader's Den: "A Piece of Cake"

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Welcome back to the second edition of the Reader's Den!

A brief summary of February's book selection:
A Piece of Cake is the autobiography of Cupcake Brown. Cupcake (not her birth name) finds herself wrenched from a loving home at a young age and placed with a sadistic woman, her privileged birth daughter, and a handful of other foster-care children. Running away leads into deeper trouble — brushes with prostitution, gangs, and heavy drug use. Ultimately uplifting, this memoir documents her rise from difficult circumstances to becoming a functioning but drug abusing employee, to becoming a stable and sober paralegal. Those who enjoyed James Frey's A Million Little Pieces will also enjoy this book.

Official Cupcake Brown website:
www.cupcakebrown.com

Reviews:
www.bookreporter.com
www.bonnieglover.com

Use the Library's Catalog to find a copy of the bookCD or eAudiobook, or find a copy at your local library through Worldcat.

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I'm looking forward to this

I'm looking forward to this month's discussion!! I haven't read a memoir in quite some time! It will be a nice change.

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