We Dwell in Possibilities
By: Carlotta G. Holton
About the Book
As women, we are constantly evolving. Changing attitudes toward our gender have accommodated many, but not all. Still, we are told, it is progress. Women can now enter career paths never before considered. They can choose not to marry, not to have children, or become a single parent. Women can marry someone of the same sex, younger or older, regardless of race, ethnicity or religion. The lines, for the most part, between sexism, ageism, and racism have blurred, though they are still visible.
So, if as we were told years ago in the 1968 Virginia Slims cigarette commercial, “We’ve come a long way baby,” just where do we stand now?
In We Dwell in Possibilities: What American Women Think about Practically Everything!, Carlotta G. Holton strives to answer this question through the intensive study she conducted over years of research, interviews, and analysis.
So, what do American women think about practically everything? Read on to find out!
About the Author
Carlotta G. Holton is an award-winning journalist, editor, author, educator, and public speaker whose writing and editing talent has been featured in newspapers, such as The New York Times, the Record, and the Star Ledger, as well as in magazines, and on radio in the USA, the UK, and Canada. The recipient of nearly 100 writing awards, she has been an adjunct in the Journalism and English departments at two New Jersey colleges and presently directs “The Write Stuff” writing group at the Chester, New Jersey, Public Library. She has also worked as a historical interpreter at Waterloo Village, a restored 19th century canal town in Stanhope, New Jersey.
Holton is also the award-winning author of Getting Out of Limbo and five novels in the historical horror genre. Her books have won such honors as The National Best Books 2009 Award sponsored by USA Book News; Best Horror Anthology of 2008 by the New England Book Festival; third place Best Fiction Book of 2008 by the National Federation of Press Women; and Best Horror Book of 2007 by Booksandauthors.net.
The former Executive Director of the New Jersey Press Women’s Association, Holton is an avid swimmer and traveler, belongs to two book clubs, and enjoys walking her two dogs, Sherlock and Katie.