Towson, MD, April 14, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- The word is out and boomer women are celebrating. As the result of a wild demand to begin a book club for boomer women, Boomer Women Speak, http://www.boomerwomenspeak.com, the number one site for “baby boomer women” on major search engines, is happy to meet the needs. The forum community, which has been referred to as the Virtual Girl's Night Out in newspapers across the country, will host the book club beginning April 16th. Any boomer woman can join simply by visiting www.boomerwomenspeak.com and entering the forum community. It’s that easy, and you can view many thousands of posts sharing what’s on the hearts and minds of boomer women while you’re there.
CEO and founder Dotsie Bregel is thrilled. "Thanks to the overwhelming response of boomer women around the country, we will now offer the premiere online Book Club for Boomer Women. It’s a perfect fit.”
The club’s first book is Coming of Age…All Over Again: The Ultimate Midlife Handbook, by Kate Klimo and Buffy Shutt. Dotsie is tickled to announce that both authors will frequent the Boomer Women Speak Book Club and gladly sprinkle their helpful tidbits of advice. Sharon Stone had this to say about the book, “Charming, funny, filled with great resources, and written by two great gals.” Won’t you please join us at www.boomerwomenspeak.com to chat about coming of age all over again?
Since launching the number one site for “baby boomer women” on major search engines in 2002, Dotsie Bregel has become the expert journalists seek on boomer women's issues. She since launched the National Association of Baby Boomer Women, www.nabbw.com, the only association devoted to addressing issues concerning 38 million of the healthiest, wealthiest and best educated generation of women to hit midlife.
The National Association of Baby Boomer Women is dedicated to empowering women to explore their passions and live fully by educating, connecting, encouraging, and empowering boomer women. With 29 featured experts, NABBW is the quintessential portal for free legal and financial advice, self-improvement skills, and exclusive discounts on valuable products and services for its members.
Dotsie has been mentioned in: Time magazine, LA Times, AARP Bulletin, and dozens of newspapers and magazines, plus radio and television shows including CBS The Early Show with Dave Price.