Tag: friendship by the book
The novel Big Little Lies offers some keen insights into female friendships.
Getting Even, a new novel by Sarah Rayner explores how jealousy can undermine a close friendship.
The new book Friendfluence: The Surprising Way Friends Make Us Who We Are (Doubleday, 2013) by Carlin Flora makes a seminal contribution to the literature on friendship.
Surviving Female Friendships: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly is a new book Nicole Zangara, MSW.
Shasta Nelson is a motivational speaker, CEO of GirlfriendCircles.com, and a former preacher! She just wrote a new book on friendship. Check out my interview with Shasta.
Nine Rubies: Broken Silence of a Daughter of Revolutionary Iran is a true story that begins nearly a century ago when Mahru’s prosperous Iranian Azari grandfather escaped the Russian Revolution in 1917, and built a comfortable life for his wife and children in Northern Iran. The early death of her grandfather’s first wife, followed […]
There have been many prior posts on The Friendship Blog about the pain of losing a close friend but the tragedy of losing a friend to suicide is especially haunting. In her new book, The Guardians: An Elegy, award-winning writer Sarah Manguso has crafted a beautiful story to help her understand and better cope […]
A memoir of summer camp and growing up Flies, mosquitoes, and poison ivy—even initial bouts of homesickness—make summer camp an unforgettable experience for any young camper. Nancy Kyme’s memoir, Memory Lake: The Forever Friendships of Summer (Vantage Point Books, 2011), captures those details but focuses on the special bonds of friendship and the inner […]