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Poetic Way of Illustrating the Story
... a brilliant novel about a woman’s journey, reaching for her dreams in the third chapter of her life while navigating her relationships.... Emily G. Berman
Behind the Books
Loved doing this interview at The Write Cafe. Interesting to talk about the influences and history behind the writing of Even and Darkness and now Hard Cider.
An Encore Career as a Writer
So appreciated being able to post this piece at Writers Helping Writers Five Ways to Prepare for an Encore Career as a Writer 1. Plan Ahead- look at Retirement programs to take advantage of Family Finances Future work opportunities that are writing-friendly 2. Create a Transition Research/reading that can be done before you are writing full time Improve your craft transitional work opportunity 3. Find others who share your interest find a writing group She Writes 100 best web
Hard Cider at Brick Magazine-Ann Arbor
This book pulled me in like a magnet and kept me in don't-want-to-put-it-down mode until the last page
And the Reviews are Coming!
From The Brick Magazine , this lovely review by Bernadette Quist.. including "This book pulled me in like a magnet and kept me in don't-want-to-put-it-down mode until the last page. " and the reader "will be inspired to keep reaching for those longings that won't let you go. If Abbie Rose can do it.... then maybe you can too." Foreword Reviews "The novel soars with passages about upper Michigan’s unique beauty" Story Circle Book Reviews - "This is a book about how families
Getting to Be the Grandmother I Want to Be
I recently read a Tablet Magazine piece that discussed ways in which Jewish baby-boomer women are redefining what it means to be a grandmother. The particular (and somewhat narrow) subset of women considered, were often first-generation Americans, raised in suburban enclaves, and products of “traditional” Jewish homes. As a baby-boomer daughter of immigrant parents, raised in a suburban Jewish home, I had more than a passing interest in this conversation. While I fit quite
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