- March 14, 2012 - CHANDLER, Ariz. --
CHANDLER (AZ)—Author Nicole Zangara has signed with Brighton Publishing for her new book Surviving Female Friendships:
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. With an eclectic mix of personal experiences from her own life, plus stories shared by a diverse group of women of all ages, Nicole presents a highly entertaining, funny, poignant, and thoroughly illuminating look at female friendships in the modern age. Her goal is both to educate and inspire, and to tear down any fears women may have about building the important friendships needed to make life so much more enjoyable in today’s world. The book is slotted for eBook release in late summer and print release in late fall. It will be available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other book retailers nationwide. Distribution is being handled by Ingram, the world’s largest wholesale book distributor.
Surviving Female Friendships:
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly is an in-depth, humorous, and honest look at female relationships in the 21st century. In addition to insights and commentary from the author, included are true stories from women who have found both success and failure navigating the often turbulent waters of finding and managing friendships in an increasingly impersonal time in society. From meeting and making friends to the influence of social media, to modern day conflicts, romance, and even the grieving process, Nicole Zangara offers up great entertainment on the way to delivering keen insights to help us all be—and keep—better friends.
“For all the touching, even daring emotion in her brilliantly written book, Nicole Zangara literally offers readers the ‘essential guide’ for building and maintaining female friendships in today’s impersonal world. There is currently nothing comparable to it on the market,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing LLC.
Nicole Zangara has a Bachelor of Arts from American University in Washington, DC, and a Master of Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis. A licensed clinical social worker, she provides psychotherapy to people of all ages and backgrounds.
Born and raised in Massachusetts, Nicole has lived in Washington, DC, St. Louis, and Houston, and now calls Arizona home where she moved to be close to family. When she isn’t working or writing, she enjoys spending time traveling, hiking, and enjoying time with family and friends.
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Brighton Publishing is a publisher offering authors 21st century options in multiple publishing formats.