Did you forget I was doing this? Because I totally did.

I don’t tend to read non-fiction books but an ex boyfriend was quite into biographies so I did read a couple out of sheer desperation. I think my favourite was probably Rolf Harris, weirdly. One other one that I enjoyed was the story of Starbucks, but I’m not sure if that really counts as autobiographical or not?



I think it’s safe to say that I’m more into fiction than non fiction – if you’ve got any books you think will change my mind feel free to suggest them!

3 thoughts on “30 Day BC – Day 28 : Your Favourite Autobiographical Book

  1. I recently finished “Beware of the Dog” by Brian Moore (the English rugby player), before reading it I actively disliked the guy but having read this I have to admire his guts and determination, and how’s he’s overcome his self doubt.

    I know he’s not the most popular person in Wales but give the 1st chapter a go, see if that changes your opinion of him.


  2. Try ‘Born Standing Up’ by Steve Martin, it’s available on Kindle. It details how Steve got into comedy/entertainment and his years as a stand up comic.

    I really enjoyed it, especially as I’m not old enough to remember him as anything other than a comedy actor, the writing style is pretty distinctive too, I could almost hear his voice in my head as I read his words….. It’s well worth a look I reckon.


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