Did you mayhaps mean autoradiography?
- auto- + hagiography (Wiktionary)
“An "autohagiography" is defined here as a book-length paean to oneself.”
“Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty entered the fray last week with a pander trifecta while on tour hyping his new autohagiography.”
“To fully appreciate the self-congratulatory excess of the autohagiography, one must set aside whatever time it takes to read its unexpurgated title, as I have done with this and all other books mentioned herein.”
“Early reviews, interviews and excerpts indicate that Tpaw's tome tracks the standard elements of the autohagiography.”
“In Going Rogue, her ghost-written autohagiography, Sarah modestly purports to having had mixed feelings about making Frank's list because she "didn't know if there'd be room for one more maverick on Capitol Hill.”
“The power of autohagiography -- how to make it, shape it and use it -- has been his message and the source of his appeal from his first campaign.”
“This is the truth evaded in Tony Blair's autohagiography.”
“Yes, All That Jazz is not just a biopic but an autobiopic, and it's also an autohagiography to boot.”
“Many novels are written an autohagiography by people who think a character needs to stand in front of a mirror to see that her breasts are medium-sized but nice and perky. day in, day out, screeners are routinely introduced to characters by front-loaded visual images, a good third of them bouncing off reflective vases, glasses of water, and over-large silver pendants.”
“Scalzi’s autohagiography up to this point is simply tiresome, but what is unforgivable is his outright refusal to face up to the events at the end of that con.”
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