Mothers, Daughters, Sisters, Friends
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Making Friends (beyond social media) in New Places and as Life Changes
With Special Guests: Samantha Rose and Susan Swartz
How do you make a new BFF - at work, in your own community or after moving to a new town or country? How important are our circle of friends? And what do we want and need in a friend in different chapters of our lives?
Samantha Rose is a Northern California, Emmy-award winning writer and producer, as well as a New York Times bestselling author. Her contemporary non-fiction projects fall under the categories of health & wellness, self-help, diet, lifestyle and how-to and parenting; including titles that have been translated into more than 20 foreign languages.
Samantha's mother, Susan Swartz, is a journalist, author and radio commentator in Northern California. She frequently writes about boomer women's issues, including aging. Her last book is The Juicy Tomatoes Guide to Ripe Living After 50. Her current project is a play about women with HIV, called People Like Us.