When you reach theage where there is more to look back at than forward to, what do you regret, ifanything? One woman s brave memoir abouta life well lived.
It takes a certainkind of woman to have the courage to defy societal conventions. In an era whenher female counterparts were still expected to marry early and have children, Tania Grossinger set out on her own. Thisis her story.
After spending herchildhood at the famous Grossinger s resort in the Catskills, Tania Grossinger wasthe publicist for the groundbreaking TheFeminine Mystique (over four million copies sold), spent seven years as theDirector of Broadcast Promotion for PlayboyMagazine and the Playboy Club, did PR for The $64,000 Question, escaped her first marriage, and went to livein Mexico and that s only the beginning.Rubbing shoulders with some of America s most famous figures, what Taniahas to reveal about Ayn Rand (she has a sense of humor after all), TimothyLeary, Jackie Robinson, Hugh Hefner, and the unsolved disappearance of a fellowtravel writer in Jamaica, will keep you up at night turning the pages of one ofthe most interesting women to put pen to paper in recent memory.
As she reflects onher life now, Tania is single, and one of two million of us Americans who arechildless by choice. The memoir isaddressed to Natasha, on whose absence the book hinges. But who is she? Smart, sensitive, and revealing, this is amust read memoir for all women who ever wondered, what if. . .