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I'm Every Woman: Remixed Stories of Marriage, Motherhood, and Work Paperback – October 31, 2006
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Thank you again for signing my copy of "I'm Every Woman" at the Professional Business Women of California conference at the Moscone center. I really enjoyed your perspective on motherhood and the ever-elusive perfect mother load balance. When you signed my copy, I promised to write to you if I enjoyed the book. So here's my attempt to keep that promise.
I love the book.
From the first page I have been glued to every beautiful sentence. This book is art. Your story is my story. (Down to my Dona Rose who keeps up with my baseboards and babies.) Thank you for telling it in a format more poetic, musical and thoughtful than I ever knew possible. As an attorney, mommy and wife of a very in love husband I appreciate your candor and wit applied to our shared history and future. Thank you for taking the time to research and recite your findings and insights in the proper context. It brings a real depth to the work.
As I have read the book I have laughed, nodded in agreement, said "amen" and even welled up. I too see my ancestors smirk and raise a brow at what I often shamelessly feel is my hard life; To wit: my commute (to a great job), my children (healthy, robust and off the charts intellectually), and of course my husband (who loves to love me). Poor me. Right. Thanks for helping me keep it real.
As the direct descendent of a lovely tall black woman who was "kept" by a white man in the deep south of the early 1900's, I enjoyed your gift of a new understanding of Great Grandma's real power over her situation. She was not a victim of circumstance, but rather a well supplied provider of a good life for 6 chillen' who could pass if they wanted to.Read more ›
O'Neal Parker's thoughtful research in bringing us black women of history is especially welcome.
Excellent work that I will share with my friends, both black and not.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This product is exactly as advertised. I have nothing to complain about with the product or the service, both were good.Published on March 18, 2013 by Shirle Ibeawuchi
It took me much longer to read "I'm Every Woman" than I would have liked, but it's not because of the book. Rather, it's because of my lifestyle--full-time job, mother, etc. Read morePublished on April 24, 2007 by smg
I truly enjoyed reading Parker's book, styled really as a collection of essays. Her social commentary is insightful and refreshing. Read morePublished on November 28, 2005 by J. Ficklin