Do These Work Boots Make My Feet Look Fat?

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The 1970’s was a daunting time for women working in non-traditional jobs. Kathleen McLaughlin obtained a position with a local utility as the first woman mechanic’s helper. The reaction of the men on the job was unexpected. This book is a humorous collection of snippets of her non-traditional life: personal time, work time and her promotion into the curious world of corporate administration.

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About Kathleen McLaughlin

Kathleen A McLaughlin, a writer/illustrator, has enjoyed many years working in the fields of journalism, technical writing, educational articles for international magazines, publishing and public speaking. As an illustrator, cartoonist and a fine artist, she has illustrated books and periodicals including instructional manuals, cookbooks and nonfiction publications. Kathleen, a native San Diegan, has had an interest in art and writing since childhood. She has been scribbling and doodling her way through life ever since.

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Gail Kaufmann reviewed on on Sep. 14, 2013

This is a moving story of a serious problem of discrimination done with humor through the eyes of the woman who lived it. It is set in the 70's & 80"s at the height of women becoming empowered. You laughed with her, cried with her and felt her anger all in the same chapter. She opened doors for the rest of us by just wanting to take care of her daughter in the only way she knew how. I admire her.
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