Melanie Notkin wanted love, marriage, and then the proverbial baby carriage — in that order.
By the time she reached her early forties, the entrepreneur and author was still single and appreciated the likelihood that, despite wanting desperately to be a mother, she might never give birth to a child on her own.
Book cover art is important. Not only is it helpful to have a book cover that attracts readers in stores and online by its design, the cover art also sets the tone for the book and helps readers under...Read More »
I am so proud to announce that my second book, OTHERHOOD: Modern Women Finding a New Kind of Happiness (Seal Press / Penguin Canada) is coming soon!
Otherhood is the story of so many women of...Read More »
A response to the August 12, 2013 Time magazine cover story: A Childfree Life.
First published in Huffington Post. Then in PsychologyToday.com. Now here....
Aashna, a single 43-year-old marketing ...Read More »