Roz Warren




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Roz Warren

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Essayist, humorist and writing coach. (I'll help you improve -- and publish --your work.) My work appears in the New York Times, the Funny Times, the Jewish Forward, the Christian Science Monitor and in Chicken Soup For The Soul collections, and I've been featured on the Today Show. (Twice!)

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I’ve read thousands of books, from trashy beach fiction to great works of literature. And here’s my conclusion:

I am tired of reading about adultery.

True, a lot of great writers have tackled this topic. And some terrific books have resulted. Madame Bovary. Anna Karenina. The Scarlet Letter. I’ve read and enjoyed many of them.

Not only that, but John Cheever happens to be one of my favorite auth... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 14, 2015 12:41 • 4 views • Tags: adultery, novels, reading
Average rating: 3.75 · 136 ratings · 33 reviews · 16 distinct works · Similar authors
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What Is This Thing Called Sex
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Men Are from Detroit, Women...
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Women's Lip
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When Becky Blades sent her firstborn daughter off to Harvard, she also sent her an email that contained all the motherly advice she’d compiled over the years. “With a simple Google search
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Angry Optimist: The Life and Times of Jon Stewart
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Thirteen Random Things I learned about Jon Stewart from the book ANGRY OPTIMIST: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JON STEWART

His first crush was on Eve Plumb who played Jan Brady on The Brady Bunch.

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An absolute Must Read for anyone who cares about comedy.
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Kosher Porn by Sarah Rosen
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read in January, 2015
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KOSHER PORN is a new collection of funny pick-up lines just for Jews, written by humorist Sarah Rosen, and illustrated with photos by Tom Stokes. It’s based on Rosen’s popular dating blog, Porn4Jews. And it’s hilarious.

Rosen started her blog after a
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read in November, 2014
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DAVID BOWIE HAD MORE FUN 1970S SEX THAN YOU HAD

I first saw David Bowie at Chicago’s Auditorium Theatre on October 7, 1972. Bowie was mesmerizing; he held that room in the palm of his thin white hand, and blew us all away. I’ve been a fan ever since,
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The Jewish Comix Anthology by Steven M. Bergson
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by Steven M. Bergson
read in September, 2014
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Superheroes for Jews!

If you’d asked me, when I was a comic book-loving Jewish girl coming of age in 60s Detroit, besotted with Batman and following Superman’s every adventure, what I wanted to do when I grew up, I may well have described exactly wha
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The Big Book of Parenting Tweets by Jessica Ziegler
The Big Book of Parenting Tweets
by Jessica Ziegler (Goodreads Author)
read in December, 2014
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A FUNNY STOCKING STUFFER FOR THE PARENTS ON YOUR HOLIDAY GIFT LIST

“The Big Book of Parenting Tweets” is a new collection of 300 Tweets from funny people on Twitter who also happen to be parents, curated by Kate Hall, creator of the popular Hall of T
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Stacey Gustafson: An Erma For The Cell Phone Era

When “Are you Kidding Me?,” a new collection of Stacey Gustafson’s humor columns, turned up in the mail, I figured I’d grab two minutes, put my feet up and check out the first essay. Twenty minutes late
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