Coming Clean Kimberly Rae Miller

  1. Coming Clean Kimberly Rae Miller
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One of the benefits of having a ladyfriend with an encyclopedic knowledge of publishing is that she is able to direct me to a book like Coming Clean, by Kimberly Rae Miller. I had been talking to Jen about a writing problem, a character whose background I needed to think out, and she suggested I read this 2013 memoir.

'The writer and actress explore her childhood and youth, which was largely defined by her father's struggle with hoarding', 'Miller grew up behind the closed doors of her family's idyllic Long Island house, navigating between teetering stacks of aging newspapers, broken computers, and boxes upon boxes of unused junk festering in every room- the product of her father's painful and unending. Kimberly Rae Miller Coming Clean: A Memoir. Average Rating: (3.6) stars out of 5 stars 13 ratings, based on 13 reviews. Kimberly Rae Miller.

Coming Clean Kimberly Rae Miller

Coming Clean Kimberly Rae Miller

Kimberly Rae Miller Parents

In Coming Clean, Kimberly Rae Miller tells the story of her parents’ hoarding. What’s starting is not so much the scale of their hoarding, but the characters themselves. She portrays her parents not as selfish and neglectful monsters, even as they render home after home unlivable, but as decent people with an uncontrollable. She’s remarkably kind toward them, even as she repeatedly cleans up their house, only to see her parents ruin it again.

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Even though hoarding itself will not come up in the book I am writing — a possible sequel to HANGMAN’S GAME that is tentatively titled HANGMAN’S BENDER— the recommendation hit the bulls-eye in its portrait of continuing affection toward those who behave horribly.