Book Review: Surviving High Society by Elizabeth Mulholland

Tweet From the outside anyone would have thought Elizabeth Marvin had the perfect life: a wealthy family, an expensive education, extravagant vacations, and more. But hiding behind the perfect façade was a deeply troubled childhood for Elizabeth and her brother, … Continue reading

Book Review: Because I Love Her, Edited by Andrea Richesin

Tweet Book giveaway closed; check this blog post for the winners and thanks for commenting. In honor of Mother’s Day on Sunday, I have two copies to give away of this great new anthology about mothers and daughters called Because … Continue reading

Book Review: A Regular Guy: Growing Up With Autism; Interview with Author Laura Shumaker

Tweet I’m happy to review a new memoir by Laura Shumaker called A Regular Guy: Growing Up With Autism. Shumaker’s story will resonate with many parents, whether they are raising a child with autism or one of it’s related conditions, … Continue reading

Book Review: The Pages In Between by Erin Einhorn

Tweet In The Pages In Between, Erin Einhorn has written a memoir about what she finds when she searches for the Polish family that sheltered her Jewish mother during World War II. When she was growing up in Detroit, Einhorn … Continue reading

Book Review: Memo to the President Elect by Madeleine Albright

Tweet When I’m not reading for one of my mother-daughter book clubs or reviewing books for this blog and my Web site, I’m reading for a book discussion group that I’m in with my husband, Randy, and three other couples. … Continue reading

Book Review: If I’d Known Then, Women in Their 20s and 30s Write Letters to Their Younger Selves

Tweet Have you ever wished you could write a letter to yourself when you were younger to give yourself hope or encouragement to get through a difficult time? That’s what the 35 women did who appear in If I’d Know … Continue reading

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