true statements

Whilst perusing an old Reader’s Digest during my receptionist duty at work, I came across this interesting book:

True Tales of Life, Love, and Credit Card Bills

Statements by Amy Borkowsky, in which the author retells ten years of her life through an archive of credit card statements. In a world of done-before chick lit, this book breaks boundaries and is prized with rave reviews by readers at amazon.com (where you can find excerpts, and purchase the book, as I have). A witty, smart, peek into a single-woman’s lifestyle, this is a book we’re absolutely stoked to dig into.

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