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Virtual Book Tour with Anne Kreamer

Readers, we’re delighted you’re here at our Virtual Book Tour and we give a hearty welcome to author Anne Kreamer. We first featured Anne and her book, Going Gray, in 2007. We think that you’ll find what she has to say about her new and thought provoking book, It’s Always Personal, very interesting. So let’s get started: Nourishing Relationships:What motivated you to initiate the investigation to do this book and is there a personal story behind your desire to do this project? Anne Kreamer:My interest in the subject of emotion … Continue reading

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Thinking of Going Gray?

We are pleased to be hosting Anne Kreamer here on the blog on Wednesday, October 19 to talk with us about her latest book, It’s Always Personal. Our readers were fascinated by her last visit here when she shared her personal story about Going Gray, so we thought we’d share some excerpts of our last chat with Anne. If you’ve ever considered going gray yourself, here’s some of what Anne shared with us at that time: NR: What were the issues that you’d uncovered while your hair was growing out? … Continue reading

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Synopsis of Virtual Book Tour: Going Gray

Yesterday we introduced you to the subject of Virtual Book Tours and the more recent books we’ve reviewed. Now here’s a list of the other books we’ve featured so far: September 20,’07 – “Mothering Mother” February 21,’08 – “Mistakes Were Made (But Not By Me)” March 13,’08 – “The Frugal Book Promoter” April 11,’08 – “Setting Boundaries With Your Adult Children” April 17,’08 – “Lovers’ Hollow” May 8,’08 – “Going Gray” Why don’t you scroll back to May 8, 2008 and read about our interview with Anne Kreamer. And here’s … Continue reading

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The interview with Anne Kreamer, author of “Going Gray,” yesterday was lively and generated a lot of pertinent comments. Both poles were well represented – all the way from I color my hair because it makes me feel younger, looks better, keeps me competitive in the marketplace, my husband loves it – to it costs less, is who I am, saves time, makes me feel good, attracts attention. Anne Kreamer, in reply, said… I appreciate all of your comments and find the exchange interesting. I have to say, Fran, that … Continue reading

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