I, too, have been binge reading books downloaded from Amazon. After reading all the comments on this topic, I totalled up my Kindle library and reached 30 books on CD, and transgender, all of which have had good information, insights and each has been helpful to me in struggling to come to terms with who is my true self and how do I want want live my remaining years after hiding for six decades.
I found several books from Australia and New Zealand which others may like to consider in addition to the books written by American or British authors.
About A Girl by Rebekah Robertson is about her transgender daughter Georgie Stone who is an amazing young woman as are her family. This a well written and grabs the reader emotionally. I give it five stars.
First Lady by Alison Mau is the story of Liz Roberts who is the first person in New Zealand to have sex reassignment surgery. Another good read.
No Ordinary Man by Nicky Webber is the story of Mick Thompson who fought in the Western Desert campaign in World War Two yet he held a secret that he was a closeted cross dresser. Another moving story about his struggle through life in a time when acceptance of cross dressing didn’t exist. Also worth reading.
And thankyou Sisters for your recommendations,