Apr 7 2014

Lainey Gossip Dishes The Dirt On Her Mom In Memoir

Listen To The Squawking Chicken: When Mother Knows Best, What's a Daughter To Do? A Memoir (Sort Of)

by: Wanda Lynne Young

You know the old adage "mother knows best"? Well, in Elaine Lui’s world this couldn’t be more true. Elaine refers to her mother Judy as “ma” in person but this dynamo of a woman is better known as “The Squawking Chicken” in Lui’s circle of friends and fans.

Mar 21 2014

EMPRESS OF THE NIGHT By Eva Stachniak

The History And Mystery Of Catherine The Great Continues After "The Winter Palace"

by: Wanda Lynne Young

Told in the voice of Catherine the Great, Eva Stachniak’s enthralling literary novel EMPRESS OF THE NIGHT intimately captures one of history’s most remarkable leaders as she reflects on her ascension to the throne, her rule over the world’s greatest power, and the sacrifices that made her the most feared and commanding woman of her time.

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