A very readable inside look at a woman growing herself to be a published writer and poet. Joyce Kennedy, Syndicated Careers Columnist, Tribune News Services
In her skillfully crafted memoir, JoAnn Lordahl shares her life’s ongoing dance balancing her personal life with her professional life as a successful writer in a culture that holds women as invisible. A formidable task, indeed. Caroline Anaya, M.S., Nutritionist, Fitness Professional, and Writer.
The painful self-probing done in this book reminds me of Jung’s books and that which he went through in his analyses of himself to further the work of psychoanalysis. No memory stone is left unturned, and the memoir is a contribution to the fields of feminism and self-actualization. A courageous record of a woman’s inner life. Rev Diane Moore, revmoore.blogspot.com & website DianeMarguartMoore.com
“It’s fascinating to witness the evolution of a writer through her own eyes, as recorded in her journals over more than a half-century.” Suzanne Autumn
Wow–I just finished reading your pages–and I’m as impressed, or even more so, with your writing, poetry, discipline, intelligence, insights, strength, humor, tenacity… than I remembered. Nancy L. Butler-Ross, author & editor (www.TheBookMuse.com)