Midwest Book Review on Keep THIS Quiet Too!

I soon have to write a guest blog on relationships and this review gives me a good start. Relationships is at the crux of the Keep This Quiet! series, as this review of KTQ Too! from Midwest Book Review points out: Keep THIS  Quiet Too! is a real-life saga of living and learning with eyes and ears open.  At times adventurous, at times sensual, Keep THIS Quiet Too! hinges upon the  complexities of human relationships, especially the challenges posed by the  heart-wrenching feelings of love that ...
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Hstbooks.org on Keep THIS Quiet Too!

Keep THIS Quiet Too! My Thoughts. (Finally.) -HSTBooks.org Marty Flynn is in with a review and it’s very very gratifying that he sums the book up under “risktaking”: In this book Margaret goes an extra few steps to open her heart and lay bare. Having read the first volume the line was baited. Her words were jangling on the hook. I couldn’t help but bite and from the first few pages she reeled me in. Before long I’m immersed in her world. It looked to me like a world filled with constant risk. ...
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San Francisco Book Review on Keep THIS Quiet Too!

It starts with a wedding. Margaret Harrell pledges her life and love to poet Jan Mensaert, through all the ups and downs (and further downs) of his tempestuous life. As creative and business opportunities come and go, Margaret maintains her yearly meet-ups with mentor Milton Klonsky and keeps up on the maniacal maneuvering of friend Hunter S. Thompson. These three men will come to define much of the coming decades for Margaret, even as she grows, changes, and emerges anew as her own person. Keep...
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Ron Whitehead & Nick Storm on II

In her brutally compassionately explicitly honest second autobiography, KEEP THIS QUIET TOO! More Adventures with Hunter S. Thompson, Milton Klonsky, Jan Mensaert, Harrell manages to repeatedly pull the rug out from underneath the reader. . . . From depth psychology to dream analysis to hangoutologies to ecstatic love making to out of body astral travels to spirit guides, adventures and misadventures, she guides herself and is guided ever homeward, to her own heart and soul —Ron Whitehead, auth...
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