The Femaleist Way

The Femaleist Way

by Carmen Peregrim

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The Femaleist Way by Carmen Peregrim, Theodore Peregrim

Stacey Aguilar, a promising artist and aspiring computer program designer, wants to succeed in an industry dominated by men in the 1990s. After her best friend hosts an art show featuring some of Stacey's work, a prominent businessman and art enthusiast, Rodney Ralls, takes a personal interest in Stacey. Stacey's hard work and talent are rewarded with a promotion.

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BN ID: 2940013488182
Publisher: American Book Publishing Group
Publication date: 11/17/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 284
File size: 246 KB

About the Author

Carmen and Ted are novelists that work in their own high tech consulting company. Their novels are augmented with realistic technical information acquired through their many years of service to the aerospace and business communities.

Carmen and Ted, an Astronautics and Aeronautics scientist, are writers who collaborate on novels whose themes involve two genres. The first category of themes reflects the possibility of using relativistic singularities to travel in the space-time of their science fiction novels. The second category of themes reflects the way women are evolving in the twenty-first century, which must begin with the evolution of twenty-first century feminism. The Femaleist Way, demonstrates their thoughts on this subject. In all their novels, women make obvious their abilities by assuming dominant roles.

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