Posts Tagged ‘women’

Tranquilista by Kimberly Wilson – Dedication

In Books, Psychology, Self-Help on August 12, 2010 at 12:09 pm

Kimberly Wilson dedicated her new book Tranquilista ~

This book is dedicated to fabulous femmes around the globe

who seek joie de vivre through spirituality, style, creative expression,

and do-gooding while leaving a sparkling legacy.

Nice one! If you’re near Dallas, TX, USA, she’s doing a signing this Saturday, August 14, 2 pm at the Northpark Mall Barnes & Noble.

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Heart of a Woman by Maya Angelou – Dedication

In Biography, Black Authors, Books on July 14, 2010 at 5:52 pm

Maya Angelou’s fourth autobiography Heart of a Woman is dedicated to one man and fourteen women ~

I dedicate this book to my grandson,

Colin Ashanti Murphy-Johnson.

Special thanks to a few of the many

sister/friends whose love encourages

me to spell my name:


Doris Bullard

Rosa Guy

M.J. Hewitt

Ruth Love

Puale Marshall

Louise Merriwether

Dolly McPherson

Emalyn Rogers

Efuah Sutherland

Decca Treuhaft

Frances Williams

A.B. Williamson

Eleanor Traylor

Ruth Beckford

The Girls from Ames by Jeffrey Zaslow – Dedication

In Biography, Books on June 20, 2010 at 7:26 pm

Jeffrey Zaslow took a break from his Wall Street Journal career to novelize eleven women and their forty-year friendship in “The Girls from Ames.” (As in Ames, Iowa). He wrote an article about the lifelong bonds women form with their friends and analyzed what kept these eleven girls together for forty years.

Zaslow dedicated The Girls from Ames  ~

“For all those who’ve known

the gift of friendship…”