Tag: friendship circles

Women Who Bicker Over Books

Published: December 9, 2008 | Last Updated: February 9, 2023 By | 2 Replies Continue Reading

A recent article in the New York Times, Fought Over Any Good Books Lately? by Joanne Kaufman, recounted the story of a woman named Jocelyn Bowie, who was invited to join a book club shortly after she moved back to Indiana. She had hoped she could find a sisterhood of women in the group with whom […]

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Friendship by the Book: An interview with the author of The Professors’ Wives’ Club

Published: October 23, 2008 | Last Updated: January 28, 2024 By | Reply Continue Reading

The Professors’ Wives’ Club revolves around four women, so different from one another that they might even appear unlikely as friends.

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The Friend I Never Met

Published: September 11, 2008 | Last Updated: December 6, 2021 By | 2 Replies Continue Reading

Can you befriend someone you’ve never met? I hope you will feel the same way as I do.

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Friendship by the Book: The Wednesday Sisters

Published: August 2, 2008 | Last Updated: February 5, 2024 By | Reply Continue Reading

If you have warm, fuzzy memories of the 60s, you’ll want to read The Wednesday Sisters, a novel by Meg Waite Clayton.

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Friendship by the Book: An interview with the author of MAYDAY

Published: February 26, 2008 | Last Updated: February 4, 2024 By | Reply Continue Reading

M. Nora Klaver is the author of MAYDAY:Asking for Help in Times of Need I asked Nora, to think about some of the ways women can overcome the natural reluctance to ask their female friends for help. Why are women afraid to ask other women for help? As children, girls learn to navigate the emotional […]

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