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You Say Neanderthal Like It’s a Bad Thing!

July 27th, 2011

You Say Neanderthal Like It’s a Bad Thing! By Leigh Anne Jasheway NABBW’s Boomer Humor Expert  Read More

Meringues with Summer Fruit

July 24th, 2011

Meringues with Summer Fruit By Pat Sinclair NABBW’s Cooking for Two Expert  Read More

A Word on Weeding

July 24th, 2011

A Word on Weeding By Deborah Clark NABBW’s Gardening Expert  Read More

Jed\’s Travels with the CIA (Crisis Induced Awakenings)

July 22nd, 2011

Jed\’s Travels with the CIA (Crisis Induced Awakenings) By Jed Diamond, Ph.D., LCSW NABBW’s Male Menopause Expert  Read More

I Struggle Too With Transitions

July 22nd, 2011

I Struggle Too With Transitions By Natalie Caine, M.A. NABBW’s Empty Nest Expert  Read More

Come on … Celebrities Holding Garage Sales?

July 15th, 2011

Come on … Celebrities Holding Garage Sales? By Barb Tobias NABBW’s Thrifting Expert  Read More

Writers Resources: AuthorsDen.com

July 15th, 2011

Writers Resources: AuthorsDen.com By Ronda Del Boccio NABBW’s Entrepreneurial Authoring Expert  Read More

How to Write a book and Share Your Message: What are 3 Secrets of a Successful Message?

July 15th, 2011

How to Write a book and Share Your Message: What are 3 Secrets of a Successful Message? By Ronda Del Boccio NABBW’s Entrepreneurial Authoring Expert  Read More

Surviving

July 11th, 2011

Surviving Lois Trader www.loistrader.com Reviewed by:  Anne Holmes for the NABBW There\’s a lot to be said for this small (110 pages) book. It packs a big punch. “Surviving” is Lois Trader\’s personal story of how her life was shaken by heart disease, the number one killer of American women. As she says, it is “a personal journey of being diagnosed with heart disease — and learning to live with it!” With warmth, candor, and a huge dose of humor, she shares her story of literally dying of a heart attack, recovering, and, even more important, rising above... Read More

This Business of Children

July 11th, 2011

This Business of Children Author: Chloe JonPaul Website: http://chloejonpaul.com/this-business-of-children Reviewed By: Anne Holmes for the NABBW This book is narrated by Vera Harriss, a fourth grade teacher from Blevins, Maine, who is about to begin her 30th and last year of teaching as the story opens. As she explains to the readers in a prologue, this is not the book she intended to write on her retirement, but it is the book she finds she must write. In fact she confides, the story gives her no rest, as it “claws at my brain.” As her story begins, it’s the first day of school... Read More