Here’s a recent review by Jo Keroes at the Mommy Track’d site.
Earlier reviews include the Washington Post (see Learned Ladies Living Large post below), the Houston Chronicle , the Austin American Statesman , and the Feminist Review.
Other discussions of the book appeared in the New York Times, the Daily Telegraph, Time Out NY Kids, among others…
Radio interviews include Conceive, on Air, The Current on the CBC, Conversations with Joy/WPR, and
Northeast Public Radio.
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Is there a group of women that get together periodically that formed from your book or website that live in the Houston area?
Not specifically, but there is a national group for “sequencing” mothers, with a Houston chapter. By sequencing they mean moms who had careers before families. Quite a few of them are later moms and the others have some overlapping experience.
It’s called Mothers and More, and you can find info on the Houston chapter (or any other) through the national website: mothersandmore.org
In addition there is a group specifically for moms who have babies when they’re 35 or more – called Motherhoodlater and based in Long Island but with several other chapters (none in Houston yet – but they encourage start ups) and an active website: motherhoodlater.com
Another active women’s group in Houston that includes quite a few later moms is the Friends of Women’s Studies: http://www.friendsofwomen.org