Disconnected

Ever fall for someone you KNEW you shouldn’t, just to be with someone?

Rachel sought what most women did—to be successful, married and in love, have healthy kids. It was hard enough attracting a man when she wasn’t heroin thin or chic like most Hollywood women, or sparkly, but not too bright, as her mom insisted females should be. But in the 1990s, finding a man wanting an equal partner, a woman beside him instead of beneath him, seemed the impossible dream.

Then along came Lee…

DISCONNECTED is a feminist dating memoir, about the Coming of Age of women, for women. 1991-1992 Los Angeles, during the L.A. Riots, DISCONNECTED exposes the antiquated roles women were expected to maintain in the recent past, up close, and very personal. It reveals the impossible standards of feminism imposed on women, by women— being poised, confident, cover-girl worthy, all while climbing the corporate ladder, and raising a family. DISCONNECTED mirrors these challenges most women still face today.

Deemed a “Novel Memoir,” by the author, in defense of James Frey on the Oprah show, DISCONNECTED is “Poignant, Compelling, Thought-Provoking,” Woman’s Fiction that will linger long after the read.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00LNMXZQU/

Reviews

“Unabashedly unafraid, completely honest writing…absolutely gorgeous stuff.” RJ Keller, bestselling author of Waiting for Spring

“Vivid. Sharp. Strong. Realistic.” Robyn Engel, Award-winning blogger of Life by Chocolate

“Engrossing! Thoroughly enjoyable read.” Bert Epstein, Scribd Reviewer

“Driven, like the Hollywood fwy at midnight–fast, engaging and peppered with many poignant insights.” Brittney, Writer’s Cafe Reviewer

“Beautifully told. Voice and movement are excellent.” Cherokee Scribe, award-winning editor/columnist, WDC Reviewer

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