A stunning review of Reversible Skirt

by | May 30, 2012 | Book review, Memoir, Musings, Reversible Skirt | 2 comments

I stumbled upon this review of my memoir, Reversible Skirt, on Goodreads. It’s by a member named Ana:

“Reversible Skirt is probably the most honest and gripping memoir I’ve read. McHale Holland is on my top 10 of writers writing today. She’s managed to tell a tragic story fraught with emotion without the poor poor pitiful me some writers might have fallen prey to.”

Bliss.

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2 Comments

  1. Anthony Pires

    Wow, great review

  2. admin

    Thanks, Anthony!

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