Lady Bios

 
  • Patricia Love [united-states ]

    Patricia LovePatricia Love is a certified Love Educator and is known for warmth, humor and commitment to learning. For more than twenty-five years, she has contributed to relationship education and personal development through her books, articles, training programs, speaking and media appearances. Her ever-popular books Hot Monogamy and The Truth About Love have literally taken her around the world spreading the good news about marriage and committed relationships.  She also co-authored How to Improve Your Marriage Without Talking About It. Patricia is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, an Approved Supervisor in AAMFT, and a past president of the International Association for Marriage and Family Counseling.
  • Peg Bracken [united-states ]

    Peg BrackenRuth Eleanor "Peg" Bracken (1918 – 2007) was an American author of humorous books on cooking, housekeeping, etiquette and travel. Peg worked as an advertising copywriter and during the 1960s and 1970s, Bracken's writing reassured women that they did not have to be perfect to have a happy, well-managed home. Her best-known book is The I Hate to Cook Book. The recipes are distinguished by unusual names and peppered with sardonic comments such as "Wolfe Eggs," Stayabed Stew" or The Rock Pile". The recipes themselves were written in much the same style such as... add the flour, salt, paprika, and mushrooms, stir, and let it cook five minutes while you light a cigarette and stare sullenly at the sink.
  • Peggy Noonan [united-states ]

    Peggy NoonanMargaret Ellen "Peggy" Noonan (born 1950) is an American author of several books on politics, religion, and culture and a weekly columnist for The Wall Street Journal. She was a primary speech writer and Special Assistant to President Ronald Reagan. Peggy worked as the daily CBS Radio commentary writer for anchorman Dan Rather. Peggy wrote Reagan's address to the nation after the Challenger explosion, drawing upon the poet John Magee's famous words about aviators who "slipped the surly bonds of earth... and touched the face of God." The latter is ranked as the eighth best American political speech of the 20th century. Peggy also worked as a consultant on the American television drama The West Wing. Some books are "When Character Was King, "John Paul the Great: Remembering a Spiritual Father" and "The Time of our Lives". In 1985,  Peggy married Richard W. Rahn, who was then chief economist at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and had son,  Will, was born in 1987. They were divorced after five years of marriage.