Love Her Love Her Not

Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox delves into the nuances of our complicated feelings about one of the most powerful women ever in American politics – Hillary Rodham Clinton. In this collection, editor/author Joanne Cronrath Bamberger provides the narrative framework through which to view the history that led us to this moment in time when voters had to decide whether they could forgive Hillary Clinton for not being the perfect candidate or the perfect woman. Bamberger then hands the to stage to a unique and diverse group of writers of all ages, walks of life, and political affiliations, while also weighing in with her own essay, “I Don’t Need Hillary Clinton to Be Perfect.”

Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox has won several awards, including the Gold Medal as the 2016 Best in Category for Women in Politics in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards, as well as the Bronze Medal for the Women in Politics Category in the 2016 Independent Publisher “IPPY” awards.

Amazon Reader reviews:

5/5 Stars: “Hillary Doesn’t Fit Neatly Into a Package… and that’s a GOOD thing! I’m a Democrat, but I haven’t settled myself on Hillary as a candidate…yet. This book is essential reading, especially if she *does* get the nomination. The writers have a broad spectrum of views about Clinton’s personality, political track-record, and a few of them recount specific interactions that some of them have had with her. Some of the essays are clearly ‘rah-rah-Hillary’, but others are respectfully critical, which is refreshing. I wish every single presidential candidate had a book like this about them. It has given me a more holistic view of Hillary as a person and as a politician – and I feel better informed about what to expect from her if she does win the nomination.”

Goodreads Reader reviews:

5/5 Stars: “Surprisingly thought provoking! Extremely timely, this is an interesting collection of 28 essays written by women from different walks of life. It offers insight into how people feel about Hillary Clinton. Love her, hate her, or somewhere in between, this book will help you examine your own thoughts about the woman who may become the next President of the United States. … It’s not often that a book can challenge your thoughts, but this one will. If everyone could read this and examine our own shortcomings/perceptions/opinions, the world would be a much better place.”

Mothers of Intention

Illuminating women’s clout and influence both online and in the political realm, , Mothers of Intention studies the rise of the motherhood political movement and how online and social media tools have enabled women to become a larger and more powerful presence in the world of politics and activism.

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About the Author

Joanne is an award-winning author, sought-after speaker, strategist, and passionate photographer.

Her book Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox is an award-winning Amazon bestseller that examines voters’ complicated and conflicted views of Hillary Clinton, one of the most accomplished women of our time. Joanne’s first book, Mothers of Intention: How Women & Social Media are Revolutionizing Politics in America, was one of the first pieces of writing to shine a light on the rising motherhood political movement, that is ever-growing and remains robust today.

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