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New TWE Radio: Bestselling Author Jane Heller On Her Caregiver’s Survival Guide

Jane Heller – New York Times Bestselling Author

Jane Heller – New York Times Bestselling Author

Jane Heller – New York Times Bestselling Author

The Women's Eye Radio on iTunesNEW INTERVIEW WITH HOST STACEY GUALANDI!

Don’t miss the BRAND NEW talk on The Women’s Eye Radio as Stacey Gualandi chats with New York Times bestsellng author Jane Heller about her invaluable book on caregiving,  You’d Better Not Die or I’ll Kill You–A Caregiver’s Survival Guide to Keeping You in Good Health and Good Spirits.

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Jane Heller

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“You’d Better Not Die or I’ll Kill You”

Stacey catches up with Jane, one of our featured 20 WOMEN CHANGEMAKERS, to give us an update on her caregiving journey and mission to help people who find themselves caring for a loved one and needing advice.

Jane decided to write this unique survival guide when she was faced with her chronically ill spouse’s ongoing medical condition and saw how little information was available.

She calls the ever-increasing need for support a “silver tsunami.” Her book continues to be a bible for people confronting the challenges, stresses and strain of caregiving for loved ones.

20 Women Changemakers Book | Jane Heller | The Women's Eye Magazine & Radio ShowWriting this book was a big departure for Jane, who is the author of 16 novels of romantic comedy including her most recent one Three Blonde Mice. She continues to lecture on healthcare and urges readers to feel free to contact her at janeheller.com if they need advice or have questions.

To read more about Jane, you can find her story in our book on Amazon.

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“Geek Girls Are Rising” Say Authors Heather Cabot and Samantha Walravens

Authors Samantha Walravens and Heather Cabot of Geek Girl Rising/Photo provided by them | The Women's Eye Magazine and Radio Show

Authors Samantha Walravens and Heather Cabot

By Patricia Caso/July 28, 2017
Photos Courtesy Samantha Walravens and Heather Cabot

“Dream It, Do It, Own It” is one of the chapter titles for Geek Girl Rising–Inside the Sisterhood Shaking Up Tech, authored by Heather Cabot and Samantha Walravens. That title is bigger than a motivational thought. It aptly describes the women in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) who have been consistently breaking through in the tech world for years now.

Geek Girl Rising is on a mission to elevate the voices of women in technology and encourage women and girls to join the digital revolution — and create the future!” Samantha Walravens

In fact, now there are more support systems, role models and careers for young girls who have STEM interests. I wanted to find out more from Heather and Samantha about their findings on what STEM opportunities and challenges face young “geek” women and coming generations… [Read more…]

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Children’s Book Author Theresa McKeown Talks the ABC’s of Reinvention

Theresa McKeown/Stacey Gualandi/Photo Provided by Stacey Gualandi | The Women's Eye Magazine & Radio Show

Stacey Gualandi and Theresa McKeown

By Stacey Gualandi/July 10, 2017

When I recently caught up with author Theresa McKeown at a cool patio bar in North Hollywood, CA, I wasn’t meeting her for the first time. Far from it. Theresa and I go back to the heyday of tabloid TV working at Inside Edition, and covering the misadventures of celebrities like Michael Jackson, Tonya Harding and Heidi Fleiss. Oh, and of course OJ.

But in 2015, after several successful years as a Hollywood television executive, she decided to listen to her true calling: writing children’s books. Together with her devoted sisters, she created The ABC’s of Everything, a company established to self-publish a series of educational books and content.

“Our tag line is ‘Raising happy, healthy, conscious children in body, mind and spirit.’ So it’s a holistic approach. They are the future of our world.” Theresa McKeown

Her first rhyming book How to Eat your ABC’s stars a happy honeybee named BuzzBee who shares his joy for fruits and veggies. And the just released The ABCs of Being Me — part-journal, part-scrapbook — is getting rave reviews as the perfect summer project, and a book that as one Amazon review says, “could be used by every marriage family therapist, social worker or psychologist who works with children.”

Our reunion was long overdue, but I’m proud to share how Theresa switched gears, said no to fear and found the best version of her self… [Read more…]

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“20 WOMEN CHANGEMAKERS” HAS ARRIVED!

20 WOMEN CHANGEMAKERS

Radio Host Catherine Anaya & Co-Editor Pamela Burke

We are excited!

Check out our new book at changemakersbook.com!
Our first book has finally arrived and is available on Amazon. We’ve called it 20 WOMEN CHANGEMAKERS–TAKING ACTION AROUND THE WORLD  so that we can shine the light on some of the incredible women whom we’ve had the pleasure to get to know and who are doing so much good work to change the world.

Dare to Make a Change!

Get Your Copy Today!

They are but a few of the people we have featured on this site and on TWE Radio.  Following their passions and fearlessly making a difference, these intrepid women tell us how they did it and how we can take action. They have inspired us as we hope they do you!

TWE Changemaker Book

We started this book project two years ago, getting in touch with our special interviewees and guests and letting them know of our mission to spread the word about their accomplishments. We so appreciate their enthusiasm for this project.

To say this has been a learning experience would be an understatement. We have a tremendous appreciation now of what authors go through to create and design their books. We continue to search for people who are making a difference in all kinds of ways all over the world.

As one of our changemakers Barbara Massaad says, “It takes empathy and an open mind with simple ideas.” It’s advice we follow and there is more of that in the book.

The official publication date is July 10, but you can get a copy on Amazon now, and check the book out at changemakersbook.com. Please tell your friends and help us make an impact! (#TWEChangemakers)

Many thanks!

Pam and Patricia

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TOP 10: Tracy K. Smith, New U.S. Poet Laureate, Calls Poems Her ‘Anchor’

Tracy K. SMith, Poet Laureate--Photo: Library of Congress

Tracy K. Smith, New U.S. Poet Laureate, Calls Poems Her ‘Anchor’: C. Domonoske–npr.org–6/14/17–Photo: Shawn Miller/Library of Congress

TOP 10: Journalist Souad Mekhennet’s New Book Goes Behind the Lines of Jihad

Souad Mekhennet, author/Photo: CBS Screenshot

Journalist Souad Mekhennet’s New Book Goes Behind the Lines of Jihad: cbsnews.com–6/13/17–Photo: CBS Screenshot

TOP 10: Gabourey Sidibe’s Message to the World: ‘Mind Your Own Body’

Gabourey Sidibe's new book/Photo: BOok Cover

Gabourey Sidibe’s Message to the World: ‘Mind Your Own Body’: R. Martin–npr.com–5/1/17

TOP 10: Sheryl Sandberg on Living “Option B”

Sheryl Sandberg's Option B/Photo: Book

Sheryl Sandberg on Living “Option B”: Norah O’Donnell–cbsnews.com–4/24/17–Photo: CBS Screenshot