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My Year with Eleanor: a memoir
“Do one thing ever day that scares you.” Reading this quote from Eleanor Roosevelt at her local Startbucks inspired Noelle Hancock to read more about her. She learns Eleanor had many fears as a child and resolved to overcome them. After being laid off from her job as a celebrity blogger, Noelle Hancock realized she was so preoccupied researching other people’s lives, she had neglected her own.
At 29, Hancock resolves to take a year to overcome her fears and find herself. She shares her adventures which range from stand-up comedy to skydiving. On her journey, she shares stories about Eleanor Roosevelt’s life that she relates to her own experiences using honesty, humor, and suspenseful storytelling. She will make you see your life in a whole new light.
Reviewed by Megan M., Main Library
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