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Jeanine Collins Malarsky

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Jeanine Collins Malarsky was born on the shores of Cayuga Lake in upstate New York in 1944. By the time she graduated twelfth grade her family had moved eighteen times. In 1951 as a six-year-old Yankee from New York, she found a new life on the Mississippi Delta. Three schools and three years later her family moved on to Ohio and then West Virginia where she left home at the age of fourteen when life offered an opportunity to change her fate. In 1962 she took a bus to New England to attend college, later meeting her husband and settling near Boston.

Ms. Malarsky spent forty years in business management, focusing on financial accounting and computer systems, including twenty-two years operating her own company. She closed her business for one
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Jeanine Collins Malarsky To say, "I don't get writer's block," would be arrogant. What I believe I do when I'm struggling is, I just start writing something. Maybe I grab a…moreTo say, "I don't get writer's block," would be arrogant. What I believe I do when I'm struggling is, I just start writing something. Maybe I grab a notebook and write longhand because IMHO there is a connection between the hand and the creative brain. This all feeds into my acceptance of that "shitty first draft" theory. Once I get something written, I can toss it, or I can go back and re-write it until I have something worth including in my book.(less)
Jeanine Collins Malarsky If you were to meet me over lunch, I look like a typical person whose life may have been pretty boring. The fact is, my life has been quite…moreIf you were to meet me over lunch, I look like a typical person whose life may have been pretty boring. The fact is, my life has been quite interesting with some very exciting episodes sprinkled in over the years. Because I write memoir and fiction, I can include whatever I like in any manner I like.

The most astonishing thing about myself that I never realized until very recently is - I just love telling a story and I love thinking and talking about how people function.(less)
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FEAR AND THE POWER OF SUGGESTION

Life in the automobile biz: During the 1970s I was the business manager for a Volkswagen dealership in New England. My office staff maintained the bookkeeping, tracked the vehicle inventory and produced the monthly financial reports. Fortunately, the business office was located on the second floor, apart from the flow of daily business below: new []


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I explained the novel I'm working on above. The other book underway is titled, From Hand-Me-Downs to Designer Gowns and is my second memoir. This book shares the last two decades of my life experiencing the market meltdown in 2000 - 2003, the atte... See Full Answer
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To all you who write book reviews, bravo. I value other peoples opinions but am also quite capable of holding my own views, and if necessary, going against the grain. Beloved Mother offered a fresh experience for me. I discovered it through a ...more
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I read this book many, many years ago. It was wonderful and painful. I agree with its status as a great American novel. If you haven't read it, please do.
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Clearly Ms. Kerman craved adventure and the unconventional while a young adult and made some really bad choices. But she was honest about her immaturity and faced up to the truth when she got caught. Like most memoirs, IMHO, she left out some things ...more
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Excellent book per the title. She is thorough and writes so it is easy to absorb. There is more to blogging than one might assume. I highly recommend this book.
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