Comfort reads

Handler In “Life will be the Death of Me”, comedian Chelsea Handler embarks on a self-improvement campaign, while ‘Save Me the Plums” continues Ruth Reichl’s ongoing food memoir.   In the fall of 2016, Handler decided some changes were in order.   She embarked on a ‘Year of Self-Sufficiency’ (like, learning how to work the remote), enters into therapy, and becomes politically active.  All told with Handler’s trademark self-depreciating style.  Meanwhile in Plums, Reichl chronicles her groundbreaking tenure as editor in chief of Gourmet.  Its the story of how a former hippie transformed a stately journal into a cutting-edge publication.

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