Monthly Archives: January 2014

Interview on Bibliophile Book Blog

I enjoyed answering the questions for my interview on the Bibliophile Book Blog Interview: Carol Moessinger. It is interesting how each question makes one think about how to give a heartfelt answer in a concise way. I hope you will … Continue reading

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A Woman’s Role

A second generation American is determined to find her role in society during a decade unlike any other in the twentieth century. A Woman’s Role  is set in the man’s world of the 1950s. It explores the complications that impact … Continue reading

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The Glass Ceiling: Were assertive women accepted in the 1950s?

The Glass Ceiling: Were assertive women accepted in the 1950s? Advertisements in women’s magazines of the 1950s, showed women of the decade, as sparkling eyed housekeepers who wore high heels and party dresses as they mopped their kitchen floors.  Are … Continue reading

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The Family’s Sunday Dinner Sitting down to Sunday dinner with your family is as American as the red, white, and blue; mom; and apple pie. And so it is with the Pasniewski household in the 1950s. Everyone who lives within … Continue reading

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