The Foreign Language of Friends – FINALIST, 2012 NEXT GENERATION INDIE BOOK AWARDS, CHICK LIT. GOLD MEDAL WINNER, 2011 ELIT AWARDS, WOMEN’S ISSUES
What happens when four women of different ages, backgrounds, and personalities meet in a foreign language class? At first, sparks fly! As they deal with death, job loss, marital strife, and more, however, they must learn a new language: the language of friendship.
Patchwork & Ornament: A Woman’s Journey of Life, Love, and Art by Jeanette Feldman – WINNER, 2010 INDIE EXCELLENCE AWARD, BEST MEMOIR. FINALIST, 2009 WRITERS’ LEAGUE OF TEXAS MANUSCRIPT COMPETITION, MEMOIR CATEGORY (UNDER THE NAME “PENTIMENTO”).
Patchwork & Ornament details the life of Jeanette Feldman, artist and writer, who grew up in the South Bronx during the Great Depression. With stories, essays, poetry, and full-color photographs of her art, Ms. Feldman uses the power of art and culture to overcome her humble beginnings. Edited by Nadine Galinsky Feldman.
After experiencing a miscarriage and stillbirth in less than a year, Nadine Galinsky Feldman found support as a bereaved parent. In the process, however, she learned that grandparents did not have the same resources. After interviewing grandparents who had suffered the death of a grandchild, Nadine filled a gap in bereavement literature. Though currently out of print, When a Grandchild Dies IS NOW AVAILABLE AS AN EBOOK!