Memoir of an Independent Woman by Tania Grossinger
An Unconventional Life Well Lived

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Grossinger does not regret the trajectory of her remarkable life, nor does she apologize for it, but the narrative is disappointingly pedestrian and offers only glimmers of poignancy. Honest but undistinguished.
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When you reach the age where there is more to look back at than forward to, what do you regret, if anything?  One woman’s brave memoir about a life well lived.

It takes a certain kind of woman to have the courage t

 

About Tania Grossinger

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TaniaGrossinger is a freelance writer, public speaker, public relations consultant, andfrequent talk show guest. She is the author of Growing Up At Grossinger s,ácoauthor of the novel Weekend , andauthor of the children's book Jackie and Me , about her friendship withthe famous baseball player Jackie Robinson. Herátravel articleshave appeared in over 100 newspapersáand magazines.áShe lives inManhattan.
 
Published June 1, 2013 by Skyhorse Publishing. 304 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction
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Grossinger does not regret the trajectory of her remarkable life, nor does she apologize for it, but the narrative is disappointingly pedestrian and offers only glimmers of poignancy. Honest but undistinguished.

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