"MY TORAH JOURNEY"
I was 58 when I started learning Hebrew. My mother had died, and I wanted to honor her with the Kaddish prayer.
"LOOKING FOR LOVE ON jDATE"
When my husband died after our 50-plus years of marriage, I tried to make a life for myself. But a year of lunch with the ladies, my book club and yoga could take me just so far down my road less traveled.
How terrible, I thought, when I learned the Capitol had been stormed by a mob. How could this happen in our country. And yet, when I consider the election itself--how the record number of women will serve in Congress, and how Kamala Harris will soon be our next Vice President --I'm flying high.
"JUST A GIRL WHO CAN'T SAY NO"
Not since I was a chubby adolescent and thought I was Lana Turner in the mirror on my mother's bedroom door, did I ever imagine my self in a beauty contest. So why, at age 80, did I find myself trussed up in Spandex, in front of hundreds of strangers in a a Ms. Senior America Pageant.
"RetroBlakesberg: Vol I"
by Jay Blakesberg
When the pandemic hit in 2020, many folks spent their isolated hours cleaning out closets and bureau drawers. Others decided learning a new language was the way to get through it. Not Ricki Blakesberg.
" All About Me: My Remarkable Life in Show Business"
by Mel Brooks
No stranger to the pen Mel Brooks has written a neat dozen tomes including this one. Now the 95-year-old Brooks details his life in full. In easy to digest chapters, the funny man takes readers from his early years in Brooklyn as a depression-era kid to the recipient of the National Medal of Arts at the White House, with stops on TV, the big screen and Broadway.
“Giuliani: The Rise and Tragic Fall of America’s Mayor”
by Andrew Kirtzman
Has Rudy Giuliani, the once world-class mayor revered by millions who cleaned up crime in New York City, put the brakes on Wall Street, and gave the free world hope after 9/11, become a joke of his own making?