|So you're in a book club and can wax philosophic
about the pseudo-Homeric world of Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway
and the conventional connotations of marriage and propriety in
Kate Chopin's The Awakening - but how about lightening up a little?
Want to include the author in your next
book club gathering?
Ready for a fun conversation and even a little scoop on the
inspiration for some scenes? I am available to attend via speakerphone,
just e-mail me at email@example.com and
we'll call it a date.
I Needed to Know About Being a Girl I Learned From
Whether laughing to tears reading Otherwise Known
as Sheila the Great, or
clamoring for more unmistakable “me too!” moments in Are You
There God, It’s Me Margaret, girls all over the world have been touched
by Judy Blume’s poignant coming-of-age stories. Now, in this anthology
of essays, twenty-four notable female authors write straight from the heart about
the unforgettable novels that left an indelible mark on their childhoods, and
still influence them today. Click
here for some ideas to get the conversation going.
Click here for some
ideas to get the conversation going. And, may I suggest
that your group mix up a batch of the hens' favorite thirst-quencher, Electric
the recipe. It's easy to make and should contribute to
a lively discussion.
Dress Rehearsal's Lauren Gallagher is no Martha Stewart, but
at least she's not waiting to be sentenced to prison, either.
The only person Lauren seems to be fooling is herself. Will
she figure out that life isn't a dress rehearsal after all?
Topics to get the conversation rolling are coming soon.
Off the Record
Jane Marlow may not look like a musical muse, but tell that to
her brother and everyone else who’s convinced she inspired
Teddy Rock’s hit “Janey 245.”
Will Jane help Teddy get back on top (of his career, that is),
or will she refuse her former childhood neighbor’s attempts
to get involved? Topics to get the conversation rocking are coming
happens when a Boston-based financial whiz decides to take her
penchant for asset management to the next level by setting out
to do for relationships what Morningstar did for mutual funds,
creating a secret underground society where women share information
on the riskiest investment of all – men? It's better than
insider trading, it's INSIDER DATING. Topics to get the conversation
rocking are coming soon.
Divorced Girls Society
Only grown-ups get divorced, right? Half of
all couples may break-up, but it doesn't happen to us, or our
friends. Or does it? The Divorced Girls' Society provides
practical advice, tough love, and a touch of empathetic girlfriend
humor. With a no-nonsense approach to the realities of divorce,
it cuts through the psychobabble of self-help books, sets aside
the flippant man-hating jokes, and tells it like it is. Topics
to get the conversation rocking are coming soon.
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