Tag: autobiography

To Heaven and Back, by Mary Neal

Libbi’s Nonfiction Book Review Mary Neal was an aspiring spinal surgeon, who had loved the outdoors since she was a small girl. It comes as no surprise when she begins to kayak. In a kayaking accident only a few months later, she supposedly dies and goes to heaven. She writes this book as her autobiography. […]


The Bookshelf, by Rebekah Hall. Review: Unplanned, by Abby Johnson. Autobiographies are very simple to sort through. Either the author actually had a real and meaningful purpose to share their personal story with the world, or they didn’t. The autobiographies that do are usually worth the time it takes to read them; they age like […]

Tim Tebow: Through My Eyes

Homeschool graduate and devout Christian Tim Tebow is one of the most accomplished players in college football history. A two-time winner of the NCAA National Football Championship with the University of Florida, Tim was also the first sophomore in NCAA history to win the Heisman Trophy. He then went on to become a two-time winner […]

Two Years Before the Mast

College Bound Reading List Two Years Before the Mast By Richard Henry Dana, Jr. In 1834, 19-year-old Richard Henry Dana, Jr. went from being a Harvard student to a common sailor. This book is a detailed autobiographical account of his two-year trip, sailing from Boston to California around Cape Horn and back again. Dana didn’t […]