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September Books Worth Reading
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September Books Worth Reading

The September books worth reading list includes Second Chance Magic by Michelle M. Pillow Secrets broke her heart… and have now come back from the grave to haunt her. A new series from NYT & USAT Bestselling Author, Michelle M. Pillow! Lorna Addams’ life is not turning out like she […]

Worth Reading – From her for him – an excerpt
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Worth Reading – From her for him – an excerpt

“From her for him“ is a picture book that a woman can personally relate to and would want to give to a man to “clue him in.” Things she knows and a man should know, and maybe some he should not, about how Liz and most women today see being a woman, […]

Worth Reading – Summer 2021
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Worth Reading – Summer 2021

From Memoirs to Novels to Non-Fiction – Here are the top 5 books on WE Magazine for Women’s reading list for May 2021  MEMOIRS The Red Kitchen: A Memoir by Barbara Clarke At the age of seven, Barbara witnesses a frightening incident between her parents. She goes on to spend […]

Worth Reading ‘Miss To Bitch To MA’AM’
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Worth Reading ‘Miss To Bitch To MA’AM’

This week’s featured book is ‘Miss To Bitch To MA’AM’ by Robin Hesselgesser. Robin Hesselgesser is an author, nationally recognized artist, reverend, podcast host, and motivational speaker and authenticator. An entrepreneur herself, she has guided female entrepreneurs helping them find what they want from their lives and their careers. Robin […]

Worth Reading – She Rode a Harley, an excerpt
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Worth Reading – She Rode a Harley, an excerpt

This week’s worth reading is She Rode a She Rode a Harley: A Memoir of Love and MotorcyclesHarley: A Memoir of Love and Motorcycles by Mary Jane Black. Here is an excerpt from her book: The First Harley On a sunny California Saturday, I’m sitting on the curb in front […]

Worth Reading – Split Level: A Novel
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Worth Reading – Split Level: A Novel

In Split-Level: A Novel the sexual revolution enters the Jersey suburbs and shakes up the life of a shy woman coming to terms with her own evolving identity. Sande Boritz Berger provides a breathtaking look at spousal relationships, gaslighting, emotional abuse, and the women’s movement– a #MeToo lens turned back […]

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