Readers Love Autobiographies and Memoirs
Every person’s life has a story. Autobiographies cover the span of someone’s
life, while memoirs cover a portion of it. For example, rock-singer Sting’s
Broken Music: A Memoir was about his personal and musical lives only
before The Police became successful.
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Here are some reasons why bibliophiles love a first-hand account.
It’s the closest we can get to living another person’s story and walking a
mile in his/her shoes. It’s the best way to immerse yourself in a new
perspective that actually existed, or exists, in the same world we all
inhabit. You can relate to the authors’ flaws and shortcomings, absorb their
despair, rejoice in their triumphs, and marvel at their integrity, energy and
We get a deep look “behind the curtain” to realize that folks considered to be
heroes, celebrities and geniuses are the same as the rest of us. They
experience similar problems, fears, challenges and emotions as we “common
We delve into the author’s circumstances in the world, whether it be politics,
sports, poverty, racism, family dysfunction… The list is endless.
We get the truth about the author—or at least the truth as the author saw it.
For example, rather than reading a biography about tennis superstar Andre
Agassi, most readers would rather hear Agassi’s version. After all, he lived it,
and it’s the closest the world will get to the facts.
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