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Silent Sorority Review

Please note:

This is NOT just a book about infertility. Please read on for more information…


Please read my Amazon review of this book here (just click below). Just look for the review by Jeanne.

AMAZON book review

One of the first blogs I followed was Coming2Terms, written by Pamela Jeanne (aka Pamela Mahoney Tsigdinos). I encourage you to read my Amazon review of this book (linked above) and check it out. The book is impressive on many levels.

P.S. Don’t forget the “Tweet Me!” button. Let’s get the word out about this book. It is helping and will continue to help many people.

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Reading: Silent Sorority Review


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2 Pamela JeanneNo Gravatar { 07.05.09 at 11:50 am }

As I said on FB, you have touched me deeply with your heartfelt review. I’m so grateful to have “met” you and so many other women who have walked in my shoes. Through your support and encouragement and your own honest blog posts you’ve eased my journey, my pain and helped me to see the world in a whole new light. This book isn’t just about one woman — it’s about all of us and the power of nurturing each other in ways large and small. Thank you again, Jeanne, for all you do here.

3 JeanneNo Gravatar { 07.05.09 at 12:30 pm }

Pamela Jeanne,

It was my pleasure to review your book, Silent Sorority. Thank you for your Facebook comments and comments here. I’m grateful to have “met” you as well. Isn’t it amazing how we can get to see the world in a whole new light simply by hearing or reading others’ experiences? I agree with you wholeheartedly that your book truly is about the power of nurturing each other. Thank you, Pamela, for investing the time, effort, and energy to write a book that is helping many people.


4 AllisonNo Gravatar { 07.05.09 at 8:07 pm }

This looks like a great book!
.-= Allison´s last blog ..Happy 4th Everyone! =-.

5 JeanneNo Gravatar { 07.05.09 at 8:14 pm }


It really is. :)

I’m really hoping people will spread the word about it through their blogs, twitter, and Facebook. This book will help many people. I’m happy to help get the word out about it.


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