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by Stephanie Schorow

In the era of big hair, massive shoulder pads, Reaganomics and Madonna, four newspaper women are desperately seeking success. Maureen, Tina, Elektra, and Sarah bond over their love of newswriting and cats but learn female friendships can be as tricky to navigate as love affairs. When Sarah slips into unconsciousness after an accident, her friends resort to feline subterfuge to wake her from the state they call “cat dreaming.” Cat Dreaming: A Story of Friendships and Second Chances explores the events that brought the friends together and the changes that could pull them apart – unless they accept the faults in each other and in themselves.

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"Stephanie Schorow's writing is clear and sympathetic. The book is fun to read. I recommend it."

–GoodReads Review

Stephanie Schorow will be reading from Cat Dreaming: A Story of Friendships and Second Chances  on Saturday, June 22, from 3 to 3:30 p.m. as part of the annual West Medford Open Studio arts fest held in Dugger Park in her home turf of West Medford. Fellow Medford writers Terry B. Carter, David Chia and Jason Rubin will be among the readers. If you like art, jewelry, pottery, live music and other crafts, this is the place to be on June 22. Stephanie will also sell and sign books.

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