editor Megan McMorris interviewed by radio host Debbie Mandel

Listen on-line to wellness expert Debbie Mandel’s hilarious interview on her radio show Turn On Your Inner Light, where she’s refreshingly honest about female friendships. Thanks Debbie for a fun interview!

http://www.turnonyourinnerlight.com/page3.html

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Bitch magazine reviews P.S. in winter issue!

Check out page 64 of Bitch magazine’s winter issue for a great review of P.S.!

womansday.com interviews us about the 6 friends every woman needs!

P.S. contributor Denise Schipani pens a story about the “6 Friends Every Woman Needs” and asks editor Megan McMorris to weigh in…here’s the result!

http://www.womansday.com/Articles/Family-Lifestyle/6-Friends-Every-Woman-Needs.html

Girlfriendology.com interviews editor Megan McMorris

Tune in to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/girlfriendology Friday November 20 at 2 pm EST as editor Megan McMorris talks about common friendship faux pas and all the juicy contents of P.S. What I Didn’t Say!

Powell’s guest blog this week

Editor Megan McMorris will be the guest blogger at powells.com this week, look for us there!

kicking off our West and Midwest book tour!

The Pacific Northwest mini book tour is over, and now we’re heading to Denver to kick off our mini book tour in the West and Midwest…two cities in our tour!

DENVER
November 10, 7:30 pm
Tattered Cover Colfax (www.tatteredcover.com)
Join editor Megan McMorris and contributors Bevin Wallace, Jill Rothenberg, and Dimity McDowell as we read our “unsent letters” to our female friends!

CHICAGO
November 11, 7 pm
Book Cellar Inc. (www.bookcellarinc.com)
Join editor Megan McMorris and contributors Anna Cox, Judy Sutton Taylor, Margaret Littman, and Shannon Hyland-Tassava as we read our “unsent letters” to our female friends!

editor Megan McMorris gets female-friendship column!

We’re excited to announce that editor Megan McMorris will be rapping about female friendships as they relate to current events on the wonderful AOL site Lemondrop (www.lemondrop.com). The column will appear twice a month. Stay tuned for more details!