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  1. Amazingly I just now heard about the book. I have not seen any publicity or information that there was even such a book. My first reaction was “Geez, this is a book I would have loved to have written (even though I have never written one) because all three of these women, Carole King, Joni Mitchell and Carly Simon are my all time favorite singer/songwriters. I grew up listening to them and continue to listen to this day. Their music is timeless and inspirational. My daughters are now really “hearing” the music. I went out and bought the book post haste and I am now devouring it!
    Perfect timing for such a book!


  2. Sheila,
    Thanks so much for writing the book! It is like a history of the 60’s and onward!
    I usually sell books back after reading them, but not this time. It definitely is about “girls like us!” Thanks again!
    Renee


  3. Sheila,
    I’ve been on an emotional roller-coaster reading your book! At 58 (wow, am I really that old?!) the written history of the women song writers/singers of my coming of age has brought back so many memories and tears of all my loves, loses, struggles with being raised as a good 50’s girl and beginning adulthood in the late 60’s and 70’s. I’ve particularly related to Carly, as her songs very much reveal a vulnerability that I’ve felt, but have buried with the craziness of daily life. I bought one of her greatest hits CD yesterday and cried my way through “Jesse”, ” That’s the way I’ve always heard it should be”, “You belong to me” and “Love of my life”. My 2 young teen boys (yes, I had my children in my mid-40s) where a bit “freaked out” about mom’s emotional reaction to the songs! Thanks so much for writing this book…although I checked it out from the local library, I am “running out” to the book store today to buy it for my personal library to re- read!
    Victoria



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