By Jack Limpert
Liza Mundy has a wonderful book review in Sunday’s Washington Post on Gail Sheehy’s just published memoir, Daring: My Passages. Here’s how it starts:
“For a professional writer, there are few truly good reasons to write a memoir. Most writers lead boring lives, spending swaths of time sitting at their desks or in coffee shops, rifling through notes, gazing about, looking with despair at the sentence or two they have eked out, wondering if it’s lunchtime yet, and finding other ways to procrastinate.