Happy Holiday Gifting

Still hammering away at your Christmas list  for those hard-to-buy-for family members?

Oldest Daughters: What to know if you are one or have ever been bossed around by one is a book of stories,  insights, and suggestions for building loving family relationships.  For  everyone in the family — oldests, siblings, and spouses!

Available as a print or ebook at amazon.com and on request from Barnes & Noble stores.

Merry Christmas to all— and to all, happy gifting!

Author: Patricia Schudy

Patricia Schudy is the author of the non-fiction book, "Oldest Daughters: What to know if you are one or have ever been bossed around by one," published in 2017. She is a former nationally syndicated, youth-advice columnist (Universal Press Syndicate/Andrews McMeel) and a free-lance writer of more than 200 bylined features. Her articles have appeared in regional and national publications including Better Homes and Gardens /Meredith Publications, the Kansas City STAR Magazine and the National Catholic Reporter. She is a member of the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi), Colorado Independent Publishers Association (CIPA), and the Northern Colorado Writers Association. The oldest child in her family-of-origin’s five siblings, she learned through research that most of the studies about first-born children had focused on males. But what about oldest females? That question led to the writing and publication of Oldest Daughters: What to know if you are one or have ever been bossed around by one. The author is the mother of five adult children, the grandmother of eight, and currently blogs at www.oldestdaughter.com. “Relationships are integral to who I am and what I choose to write about.”

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