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KirkusReviews: ‘A journalist explores the motivations and emotional constructs of nine political wives who chose to stay in their marriages—in some cases, only for a while—after being confronted with their husbands’ infidelities.’
"Why They Stay" just hit its second Top 100 list on Amazon: "Feminist Theory." Previously, it was in the Top 100 for "Women in Politics." Many thanks to WTS readers!
"Perhaps this sort of marriage, at the top echelons of Washington and international society, was made from different rules than I had agreed to when I married. Fidelity, honesty—perhaps these were quaint ideas better suited to less ambitious people."
Why They Stay has been named the winner in the Politics category in the annual National Indie Excellence Awards contest.
Why They Stay was named a finalist in two categories: 1) Current Events/Social Change and 2) Women’s Issues (Non-Fiction).
Why They Stay is a winner in the category of Women's Issues, says the venerable Independent Publishers Book Awards.
Why They Stay has been honored as a Notable 100 Book in the Shelf Unbound Best Indie Book Competition of 2018.
Why They Stay has been named a finalist by the widely admired Reader Views awards. It's one of four finalists in the category of Societal Issues (Politics/Society/History/Environment/Current Events).
Book Pipeline connects authors to TV and film production companies and agents. The organization chose "Why They Stay" as one of 10 semifinalists, from a field of nearly 2,000 entries.
Two sets of judges, in London and Stockholm, read the entries and score them for editing, theme, style and cover.