“My Lovely Wife in the Psych Ward” is Mark Lukach’s memoir about the years his and his Giulia’s struggle with her psychosis and severe depression, which required hospitalization three times.
“A Beautiful Terrible Thing” is Jen Waite’s memoir of her marriage to a man who turns out to be unfaithful, manipulative and possibly a sociopath.
“How to Fall in Love With Anyone” is a collection of essays by Mandy Len Catron about falling and staying in love.
- Many young people want to fall in love together if possible. But a cautionary tale might keep budding lovers apart from one another.
- Learn the names of the characters introduced here as well. The writers have put together a fantastic story for people to follow.
- There are horrors associated with love between people who fall for each other. These stories are created and distributed to keep people actively involved as well.
“In A BEAUTIFUL, TERRIBLE THING: A Memoir of Marriage and Betrayal (Plume, $25) Waite retraces her steps through a relationship that first gives her the “strange sensation of seeing the world in color for the first time” but eventually reveals itself to be a series of setups at the hands of a master manipulator.”