The Vietnam War is on the nightly news and women are burning bras in the fast-changing world of the 1960s. Laura, a thirty-year old newspaper columnist, wonders why her choice as a feminist couldn't be to have a baby without marriage. She must not only justify herself to forward-thinking friends, but also to her deeply religious siblings. Brother Eric, a compassionate minister, is struggling to find his own faith. Sister Beth, an angry and disapproving fundamentalist, is determined to hinder her sister in the name of her religion.
|Publisher:||Steel Cut Press|
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About the Author
Carol Hoenig is president of her own publishing consultant firm and is the author of Without Grace and The Author's Guide To Planning Book Events. She has also contributed to numerous anthologies. She was awarded Best of Long Island Author 2012 by the Long Island Press and named Outstanding Advocate for the Arts by the Long Island Arts Council. Carol lives in a drafty old Colonial on Long Island with her rescue dog, Harpo.