Books & Writers
Written by Megan Blevins Tuesday, May 14 2013
How do millennial women respond to Sheryl Sandberg's call to “Lean In”? Here, four young women, part of a virtual book club titled “Ladies in Reading,” share their thoughts, like this from Sasha Weiss: “After taking the time to internalize the book, I became excited. I want to be part of this movement to create a truly fair playing field for men and women in the workforce. I want to be able to lean in.”
Written by Janece Shaffer Tuesday, July 10 2012
Former Wall Street attorney Susan Cain is now the poster child for the introvert thanks to her New York Times best-selling book, “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking.” At a Womenetics event in Atlanta, Cain shared 5 strategies on how to maximize the gifts of our quiet geniuses.
Written by Patty Rasmussen Tuesday, June 26 2012
In her book, “Between God & Green: How Evangelicals Are Cultivating a Middle Ground on Climate Change,” Dr. Katherine Wilkinson offers a glimpse into why evangelicals are asserting themselves in the “creation care” conversation, but also how their voices might be the key to moving the issue forward in terms of policy.
Tuesday, April 24 2012
Find out what book made Brenda McClain laugh out loud and then later break into tears, what mystery (set in a ghost town!) is thrilling Linda Descano and what mega-best-seller is leaving Amy Dordek Dolinsky hungry for more.
Written by Osayi Endolyn Tuesday, March 27 2012
Peggielene Bartels, a Washington, D.C. secretary, knew she was related to African royalty, but four years ago she received a phone call – the king of Otuam, Ghana, had died – and she would become the village’s next king.