A Woman’s Role

AWomansRoleCoverA 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 a young, Polish-American, woman when she determines to have a career, asserts herself at home and at work, and falls in love–all in a decade when few women were strong enough to challenge the dual pressures of traditional culture and family.

The fifties appear to have been complacent, conservative and conventional. but much more was happening–many women wanted not only a home and family, they wanted                                                              greater equality and career choices. The desire for                                                                       egalitarianism did not suddenly appear years later with the                                                        advent of the women’s movement.

How do you feel about the may roles women must play in our society?

Here are a few links that have appeared so far where the book can be purchased:

Amazon print (create space) https://www.createspace.com/4622105

Amazon Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/dp?BOOHVILZK8

Nook: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/a-womans’role-carol-moessinger/111667199?ean+2940045488990

The print version will appear on Barnes and Noble’s webssite in about a week

http://www.carolmoessinger-historicromance.com

https://twitter.com/CMoessinger

https://www.facebook.com/carol.moessinger

https://pcmoes.wordpress.com

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