Andrea Hoffman Goes All in

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Product Details

Price
$17.95  $16.69
Publisher
She Writes Press
Publish Date
Pages
328
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.4 X 1.0 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781647420994

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About the Author

Diane Cohen Schneider grew up in Illinois but spent most of her adult life in Stamford, CT, with her husband and their three children. Her career as a Wall Street sales executive during the 1980s Go-Go years inspired Andrea Hoffman Goes All In, which is her debut novel. Today, she continues her love of finance through an Instagram account called @moneylikeuhmother. Seeking to re-pot themselves, Diane and her husband recently moved to Santa Fe, NM.

Reviews

"...this tale is ultimately a charming probe into a young woman's pursuit of what she wants to do and who she wants to be... Schneider has created an endearing, authentic lead."

--Kirkus Reviews


"Ms. Cohen Schneider evokes both the ebullience and the excess of that era [1980s], all the while charming the reader with her heroine's trajectory through her twenties. I found myself rooting for her, sympathizing with her, and fondly remembering my own less-than-straight path through life. An engaging coming-of-age story that will appeal to all ages."

--Deborah Goodrich Royce, award-winning author of Ruby Falls and Finding Mrs. Ford


"This book is going to take you on a fabulous '80s adventure in the heart of the go-go Wall Street era . . . . Schneider brings us the financial world we never knew, a world she knows well, her own world of money, love, ambition, excess, and success, reimagined. By turns hilarious, poignant, deep, charming, and brutal--and always true--Andrea Hoffman will keep you guessing, and keep you up all night."

--Bill Roorbach, author of Lucky Turtle and Life Among Giants



"Diane Cohen Schneider's new book, Andrea Hoffman Goes All In, is laugh-out-loud funny and sharp. Set in the 80s, this story is a timeless look at the relationship we have with our jobs. It explores how work may do more than reflect who we are--it may shape who we become."

--Madeleine Henry, author of Breathe In, Cash Out and The Love Proof