Nadine’s Books

LG_Front_WhatSheKnewNadineGalinskyFeldman1800x2700WHAT SHE KNEW NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER!

Liz Nabor is driven, intelligent, and ambitious. She’s built a successful Wall Street career, has a gorgeous boyfriend, and enjoys a glamorous Manhattan lifestyle.

But the financial crisis of 2008–2009 brings added pressure to perform, and Liz’s boss expects her to meet company goals…whatever it takes.

When the infamous Bernie Madoff confesses to a multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme, Liz finds herself dragged into the swirl of the scandal. Suddenly her career is in danger of crashing along with the economy.

While making a plan to revitalize her professional life, a family crisis emerges far from home in western Washington. Torn between two coasts, Liz also must confront unhealed family wounds. Will the woman who has it all lose everything?

What She Knew examines the ethical and moral boundaries of ambition and the power of family relationships to hurt or heal.

FLOF CoverWhat 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.
The Foreign Language of Friends
– FINALIST, 2012 NEXT GENERATION INDIE BOOK AWARDS, CHICK LIT. GOLD MEDAL WINNER, 2011 ELIT AWARDS, WOMEN’S ISSUES

 

Front CoverPatchwork & 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.

 

When a Grandchild Dies: What to Do, What to Say, How to Cope

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.

In 2015, Nadine released this 15-year anniversary edition.


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