I feel like I can no longer open up a book and experience clean reading. Profanity litters the pages like "the" and "a." I'm a little uptight. Okay, maybe more than a little. But I was raised by parents who didn't let us curse ( I'm the only one in my family who still doesn't … Continue reading Life Between the Pages: What is Up With All the Cursing?
Title: Split-Level Author: Sande Boritz Berger Publisher: She Writes Press Publication Date: May 7, 2019 Genre: Fiction, Women's Fiction Summary: It's the 1970s, post-Nixon, and Alex and Donny Pearl appear to have the typical marriage, complete with two darling little girls. Alex is a devoted wife and mother, but also feels stifled by society's expectations … Continue reading Book Review: Split-Level by Sande Boritz Berger