A conversation with the women who have chosen to make the most of their second act, and are doing so on their terms. We'll introduce you to authors, both aspiring and published to discover more about their voices. Chick-Chat with Chamein and Melissa covers the issues that are at the forefront of women's minds. Relationships, love, motherhood, the otherhood, marriage, divorce, dating, widowhood, and some pop culture issues like Boomers, Millennials, and Gen-X. We hope you will join us.
And Just Like That, an Iconic show returns, and we're talking about grey hair?
Like many women who watched Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and Samantha's exploits in New York City as thirty (and forty)somethings, we were excited to hear they were coming back to pick up where they left off. Save the fact that Samantha won't be there, now trolls have maligned the ladies for grey hair. Ageism in the media is still alive and well. Where we the old references for Ocean's Eleven? Nowhere to be found. Fortunately, women have gained more of a voice to point out this double-standard. Let's keep the conversation going so we can turn the page and put men and women on screen and in print, on a level playing field.
Still a Chick Lit talks dating and relationships north of 40 & 50 plus
Dating and relationships north of 40 and 50+. Let’s talk.
What’s coming for Still A Chick Lit beginning in March 2021
We are back for the new year. Tune into see who we’ll talk with about books, business, life, family, love, relationships, dating and more. As always the women are fabulous, and north of forty and fifty plus.
Still a chick lit update. Coming back 2021
2020 will go down as one of the.most eventful years ever. With covid-19, more named hurricanes ever in history and so much more, to paraphrase Bettie Davis we've had to buckle up because it's was a bumpy year. Nevertheless with a little over a month to go, 2020 will end and in January the podcast has great things in store for our listeners. Tune into to hear what's next.
Introducing aspiring and fabulous forty plus author, Brooke Nolan
For this special debut of the Still A Chick Lit podcast, we are joined by Brooke Nolan. We will be discussing her debut novel Worth Waiting For. Tune in to learn what inspired her to write, and why she's passionate about stories with characters over 50 and 60. We'll discuss what she thinks of the lack of age representation on and behind the pages. Brooke is a delightful woman who has crafted a well written and thoroughly enjoyable read, that while it's Worth Waiting For, the wait to get it on your bookstore's shelves and to put Brooke on your list of must-reads won't be much longer.
In women's fiction, what is chick lit? And what's different between it and romance?.
Chick lit is a genre to describe novels written by women in their 20s and 30s about their work an emotional lives. Why can't women who are north of 40 and 50 still be considered chick lit writers who write about their work-life an emotional life as women, wives, girlfriends, mothers, and Friends. We're talking about what makes TeleCheck lit a fun and relevant genre from women who want to express themselves and be read by women who are their peers.