Particular Passions

Particular Passions: Talks with Women who Shaped our Times


Lynn GilbertComment
Sydney Harbour Bridge & Opera House, Fireworks on New Years Eve

Sydney Harbour Bridge & Opera House, Fireworks on New Years Eve

Character is the ability to carry out a good resolution long after the excitement of the moment has passed.  - Cavett Robert The New Year Celebration, heralded all over the world with fireworks, brings eternal hope for good things to usher in a new year. Why should a few minutes into this year change the way we conduct our lives. Good intentions are good, but commitment, discipline and focus are better.

If we haven’t lived a certain way until now, each additional year makes it more difficult. Is it within us to change? Absolutely. We can learn from therapy, "How To” books, and a lot of soul searching, but we can also learn life lessons from people who share their “secrets.”

Oral biographies, brief chapters, from Particular Passions: Talks with Women Who Have Shaped our Times, available on all e-platforms, will inspire anyone with nuggets of wisdom and are a bargain for $.99 and wonderful stories to boot.

As one reviewer said of Particular Passions:

"One of those rare, rare books that pick your life up, turn it around and point it in the right direction."  —K.T. Maclay

Check out a chapter or two or even consider the book:

Julia Child, whose love of French culture and cuisine brought a renewed appreciation for the culinary arts to America.  Amazon Apple

Tatyana Grosman, who founded a unique publishing house that elevated print making to a fine art, and nurtured the careers of artists who became giants of twentieth-century art. Amazon Apple

For more about the book: Particular Passions