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A Lifetime of Secrets: A PostSecret Book

We still talk like I’m happily married! This is different to what I usually read.

screts I have followed the postsecret website postsecret. I would address them ‘resident’ and mail them out to addresses I picked at random.

To ask other readers questions about A Lifetime of Secretsplease sign up. Check it out – you won’t be sorry. Now I am Each year I am more disappointed it isn’t true.

May 04, Alan rated it really liked it Recommends it for: I’m kind of flabbergasted over this book.

But over all, like the other books in the series I have read, the book is brilliant, simply brilliant. For more help see the Common Knowledge help page.

Having said that, the book nicely accomplishes what it sets out to do in that it presents the postcards as a sfcrets effective art form for your consideration. Recently added by mffowlerMorteanaiSatyajeetaliadawnLauraBelleCassidyx95maryrutledgechelseamay12DevinRuic.

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Other books in the series. Add to Your books. I saw one postcard that I could have written; I saw one postcard that literally made my face scrunch into tears; I saw one postcard that jarred me into realizing something about myself that I’d never really thought of concretely before. Amazon Kindle 0 editions. Even if you’ve lifrtime sent a postcard or email postsevret your own to Frank Warren in Germantown, Maryland, your secrets probably appear in this or another of the PostSecret books this is the fourth collection in the series.

I secrers say this was my favorite read ever, but it was relatively fun to flip through and brought me back to the early days of the blogosphere when this kind of thing seemed pretty special and subversive. The following two secrets arrived in my mailbox the same week.

I found this book in the library today and sat down and read the entire thing in 3 hours which is a record for me.

A Lifetime of Secrets: A PostSecret Book by Frank Warren

Click on each image to see a larger version. Z current Talk conversations about this book. I am afraid the day might come when I’m not as brave as I am supposed to be. Essentially this book is made up of the secrets we know in our hearts but can never admit.

I do think the secrets have changed over time, now that people realize postdecret have that potential of being “published” in books or on the website.


The layout and pictures are beautiful, and I enjoyed how Warren arranged the secrets in this book chronologically, as though they were following someone’s lifespan.

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I did identify with several of the secrets, and the one I enjoyed the most was the person who said that the day they turned 11, they waited all day for an acceptance card into Hogwarts. I’d check out postsecret if you haven’t already. Others shared personal experiences of how talking about a painful secret had helped heal a lifelong relationship. But now that I’m looking back at those memories, I completely understand the struggles, memories, adventures, etc. It’s the best resolution I have ever made.

I won’t disappoint you. While these lesser entries do mar the experience, the positives of this book far outweigh the negatives. A Lifetime of Secrets lays bare our private fears, hopes, regrets, and desires, from people as young as eight and as old as eighty.

Dec 26, Kerrie rated lifetume it was amazing Shelves: Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The postcards narrate childhood stories that have never been spoken; they voice the guarded confessions of our parents and grandparents.