Keri Blakinger’s Memoir, “Corrections in Ink,” Is a Riveting Story About Recovery and Redemption

From a New York Times review by David Sheff of the book by Keri Blakinger titled “Corrections in Ink”:

Keri Blakinger’s brave, brutal memoir, “Corrections in Ink,” is a riveting story about suffering, recovery and redemption. It’s funny at times — and I felt bad laughing about someone sinking as low as Blakinger did, but she’s sardonically witty, so I couldn’t help myself. Ultimately, there’s nothing comical about her descent.