It’s All About Me

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Which do you prefer? Biographies written about someone? Or Autobiographies written by the actual person (and/or ghost-writer)?

Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go searching for it) in the comments—or if you prefer, leave your answers in the comments themselves!

75 responses

  1. I booked through Thursday here. 😉

  2. I can’t make up my mind which I prefer. Here’s my answer.

  3. Here’s my kind of answer:

    The Makings of a Good Autobiography (Hint: A Beginning, Middle and End):

  4. I like this week’s question- makes you think a little. Here’s my response.

  5. Here’s my answer along with a few favorites!

  6. I read more memoirs than autobiographies/biographies… here’s my answer:


  7. Woo! I got a new blog so back to BTT – first for agggggges! 🙂

  8. Hi!
    Great question this week. Mine is posted at my place, Just Books. Have a great day!!

    Just Books

  9. Happy BTT

    I read my first Memoir this year. Anyone read bio on Marilyn Monroe?
    Here is mine

  10. not much of a biographical reader..and if so it has to be someone historical…


    Mine’s a fictional biography–actually a satire of the form.

  12. Instead of really answering the question, I ended up asking one of my own. Need answers!

  13. To quote my friends three year old (about whom there will definitely be biographies one day)

    “Ta DA!”

    Here’s mine

  14. Memoirs over biographies. My post is here.

  15. My post is up. Happy BTT everyone!

  16. My first time here 🙂
    Looking forward to sharing with you all.

  17. Here’s mine for this week:

    Happy BTT!

  18. Here’s mine, in which I make a definitive statement and then back-pedal all the way to the moon (and back).

  19. Fantastic idea for a meme. Had some fun with this one…

  20. This week I didnt have a very long answer. It was kind of hard to explain myself. I hope that everyone can understand what i was trying to say.

  21. This is my first time participating in this meme but I’m liking it! I posted my answers on my blog at

  22. when reading an autobiography
    one has to not expect modesty
    to have such a look
    into someone’s life’s work
    you put up with some narcissistic glee
    (I butcher limericks)

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