In her latest book, If This Is Paradise, I Want My Money Back, author Claudia Carroll’s gives us another great and entertainment book with her cheeky writing style. Because every character is strong, self-supporting and interesting, it allows the reader to remain engaged in every single scene. The main character is Charlotte Grey. She comes back to the earth to protect her boyfriend James but whatever decision she makes, it creates problems. For more information click here.
The Feminist Press brings back to print the book And the Bridge is Love by Faye Moskowitz. A book with personal essays from a great Jewish American novelist. The author talks about the significant people of her Jewish childhood during the Depression and her experiences as a teacher, activist, parent, and writer. For more information click here.
Join Feminism2.0 on October 27th. We’ll be participating in Purple Thursday by gathering in Farragut Square in DC. If you’re in the area wear purple, stop by for some Hersey kisses and a group picture. If you’re not in DC or you can’t get to Farragut Square – not to worry, you can still join in! Wear purple, take a picture and share it with us! We’ll post them right here. Now there’s no excuse not to, so follow the link and RSVP .
A book reading and a photo presentation of Nepal is happening this Thursday at the One More Page Books in Virginia. The book I Taste Fire, Earth, Rain describes the story of a woman and her solo trip to Nepal, her marriage with a Sherpa and their cross-cultural relationship. For more information about the event click here.