Category: Felice Picano

Review: Ambidextrous by Felice Picano

Ambidextrous: The Secret Lives of Children is part one of a three-part memoir trilogy, recounting events of the author, Felice Picano’s youth and life. Upon finishing, I found the blurb “not so much secret, as just forgotten” quite appropriate. As we age, much of the passion,… Continue Reading “Review: Ambidextrous by Felice Picano”

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