This page lets editors and clients know what our WEN members are doing now. Follow the links to see their books, articles, and other accomplishments.
Members, please refer to our Guidelines for Member News listings.
(August 31, 2018) Carol Brzozowski has published Empty Nest, Single Parent: Moving the Needle Toward a Repurposed Life for Kindle and in paperback. The book affirms readers' emotions about letting go and moving on to create a life of their own. Each chapter features the author's own sharing of challenges related to living alone, de-junking the house, physical and emotional health, finances, dating and the adult relationship with a son or daughter and ends by offering solutions the readers can apply to their own lives. Check it out on Amazon at https://amzn.to/2LHrQwU
(August 15, 2018) Christine Adamec coauthored The Grandfamily Guidebook: Wisdom and Support for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren (Hazelden, 2018) with Andrew Adesman, MD. The authors spent two years researching and writing this groundbreaking book, which offers practical financial, legal, medical, and emotional advice for readers. The book includes anecdotes, sidebars, and links that grandparents and professionals will appreciate. The authors have received accolades from prominent physicians, psychologists, a former Surgeon General, and other luminaries, and the foreword was written by William Sears, MD. Chris has been raising her 12-year-old grandson since he was six months old. You can read more about it and order from Amazon at https://amzn.to/2wbSzf4
(August 15, 2018) Suzann B. Goldstein has redesigned her website at www.SuzannBGoldstein.com and has finished her memoir, Fighting Back: Doing Battle with Cancer. She is now busy looking for a publisher. All her profits from the book will be donated to the Valerie Fund and the Stacy Goldstein Breast Cancer Center at the Rutgers Cancer Institute Of New Jersey.
(July 14, 2018) Carol J. Perry's cozy mystery, It Takes a Coven, received a positive review by Creative Loafing's book reviewer Nano Riley, who "loved the book." Read what she had to say at http://bit.ly/2NhjVrg. Riley also interviewed Carol in a separate piece. You can read the interview at http://bit.ly/2NiGQ5l
(July 6, 2018) Bill Gralnick, Boca Raton, has launched a new website: www.atleastfrommyperspective.net
(July 6, 2018) The Write Space, a monthly Q&A series from Creative Collective covering a Salem (Mass.) writer and a North Shore space that author associates with writing, interviewed Carol J. Perry of Madeira Beach in June. Carol was born in Salem and her popular Witch City Mystery books are set there. You can read the interview at http://bit.ly/2KBTMGO
(July 6, 2018) The audio version of Jacquelyn Lynn's Finding Joy in the Morning: You can make it through the night is now available through Amazon and other online book retailers. You can download it at https://amzn.to/2m1urrc
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