Dee's Big Tiny
I don’t like being asked to review bad books. It’s painful having to read poorly written script just so you can write, “This thing sucks!” and know it’s true. Those reviews almost never make it to the back cover anyway.
Thank goodness this was far from the case with Dee Williams’ The Big Tiny: A Built-It-Myself Memoir. It was an absolute pleasure to read, and I can emphatically say it, in no way, sucks. More to the point...
In The Big Tiny, Dee Williams creates a portrait of humanity through her own compelling experience. That she has written about home and life with such humor, vulnerability, and in her own unique vernacular, makes her story all the more universal. — Jay Shafer