Every Woman's Tale

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Kate Sullivan can juggle family and work, solve programming snafus, and smack a mountain lion on its snout while backpacking, but finds it overwhelming to decide whether she can or should forgive her husband for a one night stand. More
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About Marcia Canter

Although I have told and written stories for decades, Every Woman’s Tale is my first published novel. I am quite a bit like the character Kate; I balanced career and young children for more than ten years while wondering about the value of what I did. I like to overextend myself and get bored doing only one thing at a time. I’ve created Booklanthropy to publish my work as well as providing financial support to causes I like. A percentage of the profits from Every Woman’s Tale will go to groups fighting domestic violence. I am working on a children’s chapter book that tells the story of kids who are helping eliminate malaria, and a collection of Christmas stories. For more information on the group that Every Woman’s Tale is currently supporting, I am working on next, or more about me, go to www.Booklanthropy.com.

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Reviews of Every Woman's Tale by Marcia Canter

Halliday Smith reviewed on Oct. 1, 2014

39 nine-year-old Kate Sullivan begrudgingly takes time out from an unrelenting 24/7 work schedule to attend a seminar (on her boss's say so) that promises to improve one’s ability to multi task.

If you can’t sort out your priorities, then do one thing different the presenter urges her students, many of whom are out-of-control working mums like Kate, juggling in and out of work responsibilities to the best of their abilities.

In this 'what Katie does' scenario, our heroine makes one small change that impacts her relationship with her family and underpins the action that ensues.

From the start, 'Every Woman’s Tale' is a bruising and exhausting read, throwing you into the ring with the Sullivans as Kate juggles and struggles with having it all but at what cost.

Regardless, this unsentimental and gritty novel will appeal to anyone whose chronically overstretched, as in caught in the vice of the modern day work life imbalance.

PS. Great read, great book cover!
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
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