A Wild and Wonderful Walk: My Memoirs
by G L Giles
These are the hilarious and sometimes heartbreaking memoirs of novelist, poet, lyricist, reviewer and interviewer G.L. Giles. Here, she candidly ... Show synopsis These are the hilarious and sometimes heartbreaking memoirs of novelist, poet, lyricist, reviewer and interviewer G.L. Giles. Here, she candidly talks about both the unconventional fun and the seeming obstacles (she sees them now as wonderful mind-expanding experiences) she faced. Later, after fully embracing these experiences, she made lemonade from the former lemons by incorporating them into her storylines, songs, etc. Follow her life from a conservative Southern (U.S.A.) upbringing (including attending the all girls private school Ashley Hall to later making her debut into Charleston, South Carolina downtown society as a debutante) to being a rebellious punk in the eighties to enlistment in the U.S. Army to a period of being a lingerie model in her thirties and finally, thus far at least, to dedicated writer and truth-seeker. Beginning in 1964, with her birth, to 2011, you'll be taken on a wild ride that you won't soon forget...you'll probably be returned in one piece when all is said and done, though it's not guaranteed. In all seriousness, it's a journey, via A Wild and Wonderful Walk, that will hopefully enhance your own walk as well.