These Are My Confessions

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These Are My Confessions

Just when I thought I said all I could say...

Forgive me reader, for I have sinned. For penance, I offer you book after book of guilty consciences, all of which are suitable for adult audiences.

I Didn't Come Here to Make Friends: Confessions of a Reality Show Villain
By: Courtney Robertson
When Courtney signed on to participate in season sixteen of The Bachelor, she was looking for love and hoping to create lasting friendships with some of the other participating women. She quickly found that the other women on the show viewed her as a competitor, and eventually, the unusual experience of participating in The Bachelor made her behave accordingly. Robertson's tell-all provides a fascinating view into the world behind reality television.

I Don't Know What You Know Me From: Confessions of a Co-Star
By: Judy Greer
Judy Greer's collection of essays range from relatable, to pensive, to laugh-out-loud funny. By focusing on both the unusual and the more typical aspects of her life, Greer creates a well-rounded portrait of life as a non-celebrity level actor. While currently unbound by the challenges that leading role stars face, Greer maintains a unique and satisfying career while maintaining a down-to-earth day to day presence

Post Secret: Confessions on Life, Death, and God
By: Frank Warren
In 2004 when Frank Warren started collecting secrets via postcard, he never knew how huge his blog would become. In this curated collection by Warren, readers get a glimpse into the private lives of others whose identities they will never know. The book offers a broad perspective on the inner lives of humankind.

Confessions of a D.C. Madam: The Politics of Sex, Lies, and Blackmail
By: Henry Vinson
Despite having planned a quiet work trajectory as a funeral director, in the mid-1980s, Henry Vinson found himself as the head of multiple D.C. escort services at the young age of 26. This book details his past, his work in D.C. and his downfall as orchestrated by compromised government employees. While some of Vinson's writing appears to be steeped in conspiracy, much of his experience is believable, leaving the reader to critically examine where to draw their own line of comfort.

Waiter Rant: Thanks for the Tip -- Confessions of a Cynical Waiter
By: The Waiter 
Waiter Rant provides wonderful insight into the day to day of serving the hungry public. Through detailing his experiences in his first waiter job and his longer, more established position at The Bistro, this waiter discovers some intriguing features of human nature as well as some less savory ones. Useful to anyone who dines out, this book also includes an appendix on how to be a great customer (and therein get the best service) and tips throughout about restaurant cleanliness, service, and pest control.