Dear Men Reviews

“Dear Men is a close-up look into a troubled mind in the survival of self-esteem…format is true to the twists and turns of her life’s journey… Her style of writing and changes of verb tenses call us into her searching soul.

Carol Bolton


“Inspirational devotion that opens your heart, not only your eyes.”

Deborah F. McDermott
US Army Veteran


Stylistically it s fresh, without the cynicism that is alienating some of the chick lit readers…resonates with women who’ve had to put others first…It s wonderful and moving, and subtle…writing is good… :) Well done.

Professor Miguel Fernandez


“Once I started to read, I couldn’t put it down – I couldn’t wait to see what happens next.”

Scott Simmons


“I was shocked to learn how one woman could survive so much in one lifetime.”

Tom Bundy
Author, Ashes to Ashes Series


I was very interested to learn how someone with so much trauma in their life can overcome all the negative obstacles. Hard to do bit she did it.”

Leonora A. McCoach


“What story, what a life, and great way to give life’s lessons without the ‘i have all the answers you need attitude’ – thanks for taking us on your journey.”

Barry Krasowski


“I could relate to many of the feelings expressed in the book. By telling her story in the format of letters to others, I was able to feel my own emotions with similar situations.”

Eleanor Mell
Author, Hunting Old Snowbeard’s Gold


“Well written, insightful and admirable. Looking inside to our inner demons and recognizing the road that one has traveled is never an easy thing to do. Georganne has explored this and much more to reveal the real truth of who she is. Keep going till you get there, than keep going. That’s just what Georganne has done. Kudos.”

Jeanette Richter
USAF Veteran


“The journey of life can something be tough and heartbreaking but this…woman managed to get through it all by never giving up and overcoming all obstacles to live a better life through it all. She is to be admired and respected by all.

Kitty B.


“It is almost unbelievable that a person could survive this life. The moral being that it is possible to change dire circumstances to lead a truly productive life.”

Vee Flayter
USN Veteran, WAVES National