This DIY public relations how-to title walks you through the essential components of PR for your business and personal growth. Walk away with an understanding of how to write press releases and reach out to media, how to use social media and choose the right platforms for your purpose, strategic event planning and promotion, the importance of blogging for business growth, keys to compelling website content and more.
Read Lynne Golodner’s most recent book about how spiritual communities around the globe come together by breaking bread. This book is full of delicious recipes, compelling stories and inspiring ways to realize that we are all the same at the core and we have many more ways to come together than to oppose one another.
Until Lynne Golodner (formerly Schreiber) wrote this groundbreaking book in 2002, the traditional Jewish community had been silent on the very personal yet also public matter of married women covering their hair with hats, scarves, and even wigs. Hide and Seek is the first book to discuss this topic, and includes legal and sociological perspectives of this observance, citing relevant texts and rabbinic discourse, as well as the history, tradition, and customs of Jewish communities from around the world.
The Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation hired Lynne Golodner to write the content for this comprehensive resource about a rare lymphoma.
This groundbreaking first book by Lynne Meredith Cohn (now Golodner) was her master’s thesis published in time for her 1996 graduation from Goddard College’s MFA in Writing program. It shows the eye-opening observations of daily life as seen through the lens of a yearning twentysomething.
Lynne Golodner (formerly Schreiber) wrote the content for this beautiful coffee table book about the work of Detroit-based architect Dominick Tringali.
A book of beautiful poems based on the 18-verse daily Jewish prayer known as the Amidah. Written by Lynne Golodner (formerly Schreiber) in 2003.
This 2001 publication compiles poems by a former student of Lynne Golodner (formerly Schreiber) with the writing exercises that Lynne offered to help this student get through a year of treatments for childhood leukemia.