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A Lucky Life
By Minerva Neiditz

A Lucky Life

A memoir that chronologically covers the life of Minerva Neiditz, author of 6 published books. A born raconteur whose book is brimming with humor and poignancy. Born in D.C. in 1932, she is 85 and very much alive. A Lucky Life is extremely well-written and fast paced.

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A Lucky Life
By Minerva Neiditz

A Lucky Life

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A Lucky Life
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W hen I was 9 years-old Eleanor Roosevelt came to my elementary school in Washington D.C. to give me a prize for the best essay on Thanksgiving. The prize was a four-leave clover. Unfortunately we didn't have plastic in those days and the clover disintegrated. But, the luck remained. What could have been a tragic life became a lucky one.”

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Minerva Neiditz has lived many lives: political, academic, as wife of legislator who was a state senator, as parent of two sons, as world traveler, as teacher and professor. You will enjoy reading A Lucky Life.

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Minerva Neiditz

Minerva H. Neiditz has lived many lives. She graduated from Smith College in 1954 with a B.A., Radcliffe College with an M.A. in 1955 and a Ph.D. from the University of Connecticut in 1972. Her husband was David Neiditz, a State Legislator for 13 years.

She was President of her own firm, The Writing Consultants for 15 years and taught 18,000 people how to write effectively. She was also an Assistant Professor and Director of the Institute of Writing at the University of Connecticut for 10 years. She authored Business Writing At Its Best and other non-fiction books which are still in print.

She retired from her academic job in 1998 but continues to publish: On the Way, Angel Tongues and Lobster Tails, Fluid Poetics, The Mama Lama and Other Animal Tails for Precocious Children and Child-like Adults. Her best seller is Romance After 60: What Men Think They Want, a prose text which has sold 2,000 copies. At 85 she shows no sign of quitting.

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