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My Circle of Trust on the Internet!

A Mini Blog Tour
For My Ebook

You Gotta Have Girlfriends Suzanne Braun Levine

You Gotta Have Girlfriends is a traveling “circle of trust “- of love and support – on the Internet shared by my girlfriends. Join me to celebrate our post-fifty posses and ourselves on the blogs and websites of my pioneering girlfriends. — Suzanne

“Suzanne Levine takes us beyond the frontier of our own expectations and into a new and hope-filled stage of life.”
– Gloria Steinem

Marianne Schnall founded the thriving online community in 1995. She is the author of Daring To Be Ourselves and a frequent blogger at Huff/Post and other sites. Says Marianne, “Like a ‘feminist Google,’ facilitates connections between women and the many, varied organizations serving their needs and interests worldwide.”

You Gotta Have Girlfriends – Excerpt

Hollye DexterTruth and Consequences – a chronicle of my attempt to live an authentic life.
She is the co-editor of Dancing at the Shame Prom (Seal Press) with Amy Ferris and recently completed a second memoir, Like Wind to Wildfire. Her essays have been published in anthologies, magazines and her blogs at numerous sites. She is also a singer/songwriter with four albums out! She works with MomsDemandActon for common sense gun regulation.

You Gotta Have Girlfriends – Praise

“I can’t recommend this book highly enough. It is a celebration of friendship, and a look into our deeply layered relationships. It is both encouraging and uplifting and clear-eyed about healthy boundaries. After reading it, I felt a deep sense of gratitude for the close circle of women who surround me, and more at peace about the ones who left the circle.” – Hollye Dexter

Amy Ferris whose popular book Marrying George Clooney – Musings From A Midlife Crisis became a play, is an author, a screen and television writer, journalist and editor. With Hollye Dexter she is the co-editor of Dancing at the Shame Prom. In her life and on her blog, Amy supports women “to fulfill their greatness, to be bold, audacious, extraordinary and beautiful.”

Suzanne Braun Levine: G is for GIRLFRIEND – Praise

“The book is filled with hope and joy, the sheer power of friendship. It is filled with so many truths. So many you’ll recognize and nod, and see yourself in…We women – friendships literally keep each other healthy.” — Amy Ferris

Ann Voorhees Baker is founder of Women At Woodstock, a series of 4-day secluded retreats for women 50 (or so) and older. Workshops, speakers, activities, experts – and even the opening night performance are all designed to open their minds to new ideas and new possibilities. I’m so gratified that Suzanne Braun Levine has made plans to return to Women At Woodstock this year – both West (July 28-31) and East (October 6-9) Coasts!

“She’s just published her newest book, You Gotta Have Girlfriends!  It’s Suzanne’s first ebook and a warm, engaging read.  She shares the stories of so many women, and I guarantee you, you’ll see yourself and some of your friends on the pages.” – Ann Voorhees Baker

If you missed the FeistySideofFifty interview with Mary Eileen Williams you can still access it blogtalkradio.

The Huff/Post50 blog has gotten lots of “Likes.” Have you seen it? The slide show is a big hit too! Take a look.

Suzanne Braun Levine You Gotta Have Girlfriends

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  • Pam Friedlander said:

    Looking forward to read You Gotta Have Girlfriends!!!

  • Dee Chantra said:

    Ms. Levine,

    Over this weekend, I really enjoyed reading your book “You Gotta Have Girlfriends!” Where appropriate I took notes on websites you mentioned that might be helpful in expanding my network of women friends.

    Following your narrative on fighting the Taliban, I got to the part of the book where you bring up the recent presidential election campaign.

    What was your objective to putting this in? What were you trying to get me, the reader, to understand? How are “they” trying to diminish our lives and who are the anti-forces?

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