This blog goes out into cyberspace but I am not at all sure anyone ever reads it. If you do would you comment once in a while to reassure me it exists?
Pandemic days interfere with big and little plans and cause serious dislocations and job losses, not to mention the pain of the virus itself for those unfortunate enough to catch it. And now, BLACK LIVES MATTER really matters, demanding overdue attention.
Maybe a blog like this is frivolous at this time, but I want to stay in touch with people, especially those who know and enjoy my books. Women, Power, and AT&T: Winning Rights in the Workplace has been reprinted by URLink and is available on Amazon and B&N in eBook as well as paperback. I worked hard recently to get the index into the file. First I thought it wouldn’t matter if we skipped it but I was later convinced that the contextual index would be valuable to anyone seriously interested in the people involved. As I worked on the index I was reminded that both Judge Bader Ginsburg and Judge Sandra Day O’Connor were connected with the story early in their careers. The version with the full index should be available by July 1.
Next I’ll be back to work on my memoir. I’m driven to write books and keep up my personal journal for reasons that are not obvious even to me. Maybe it’s inbred since I have the journals of my mother and great grandmother. Actually, I recently donated their journals, farm books, and family letters (1850 to 1950) to the Historical Society of Dauphin County, where they’ll be available for historians as well as family members.