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Author Interview with Nora Riva Bergman
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Author Interview with Nora Riva Bergman

Nora Riva Bergman, author of “50 Lessons for Women Lawyers – From Women Lawyers”  This is her story….   Why was it important for you to specifically give women lawyers a voice in your newest book? As women lawyers, there is so much we can learn from each other. I […]

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 […]

Interview with Author Patricia Eagle
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Interview with Author Patricia Eagle

  WE Magazine for Women interview with Patricia Eagle, author of  “Being Mean” Tell us about the title of your memoir, “Being Mean.” Being mean is what my mother called masturbation. (I had no idea of that word until high school.) I am not sure if I learned to “be […]

Worth Reading: The Red Ribbon – An Excerpt
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Worth Reading: The Red Ribbon – An Excerpt

The week’s Worth Reading feature is an excerpt from the book: The Red Ribbon: A Memoir of Lightning and Rebuilding After Loss by Nancy Freund Bills. DREAM NUMBER 1, DRIVING WITH GEOFF Four, maybe five years after Geoff’s death, I have a surprising dream: Reclining in the passenger seat of my […]

Author Interview – Mystery and the Adopted Child
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Author Interview – Mystery and the Adopted Child

Author interview and Book Review for Renée Henning’s “Mystery and the Adopted Child” All children are a mystery to their parents to some extent. Yet adoptive parents face many more questions than birth parents about a child’s past and heredity. This book of articles written over 24 years discusses people […]

Author Interview with Margaret Kramar
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Author Interview with Margaret Kramar

Margaret Kramar is the author of Searching for Spenser, A Mother’s Journey Through Grief,  her memoir about a child who died.  It was published by Anamcara Press in November, 2018. How is it that you decided to write a memoir about the birth and short life of your son? I never made a conscious […]

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