Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Ms Garen S. Wollf Encourages Young Ladies to Maximize Their Potential

Ms Garen S. Wolff leaves an impression on the readers of her books by showing girls all over that they should celebrate their differences.
In a world where the media constantly barrages middle school-aged girls with adult issues, Ms Wolff shares a different prospective: that there is no rush to grow up, enjoy your middle-school years!
A medical student, author, and published scientist, Ms Wolff was born and raised in Michigan where she attended the prestigious, Detroit Country Day from Pre-Kindergarten to 12th grade. An alum of Wellesley College, Ms Wolff graduated with a  BA in Neuroscience and a Masters of Science from Wayne State University's School of Medicine. 
Her mission is to celebrate the unique voices of girls and encourage them to love who they are.

Monday, June 18, 2012

Betty Anne Grillo, A Bridge over Troubled Waters to Many

While Betty Anne Grillo's book, Bankruptcy From A to Z: The Path to Financial Hope and Freedom, is not a substitute or replacement for legal advice, it is an invaluable handbook to supplement the process.

In it, Betty Anne explores effective ways to interview an attorney and pick the one best suited your needs. She also investigates all the issues and explains how to avoid falling into the same situation again. Her practical and insightful book offers you hope for a better life before, during, and after bankruptcy.  

Prior to her 18 year career as a Paralegal, Betty Anne worked in the field of automotive finance. Upon graduation from Penn State University and  achievement of her Paralegal status, she made it her mission to transform confusing legal jargon into an empowering, understandable language for the average person.

Visit her site to pick up your copy.