Helen Thomas Declares "Remember to Laugh" a Superb Book

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Like Helen Thomas, Maggie Kilgore blazed a trail in the field of journalism when it was a male-dominated occupation.

Maggie Kilgore followed the path of her mentor Helen Thomas to make a name for herself in the once male-dominated field of investigative journalism. Maggie Kilgore was a foreign correspondent in Vietnam as well as a Statehouse and Washington reporter.

In her just-released memoir "Remember to Laugh: Writing My Way Around the World" (Palari Books, June 2006), Maggie writes about her tenacity and determination played an important role in her success. By combining Helen's advice with her own passion for adventure, Maggie set out on a mission to travel the world--event during the turbulent times of the Vietnam War--to report on what she saw and experienced.

This new book chronicles her amazing journey through the world of journalism and around the globe, and shows how events that occurred in the '60s and '70s have an eerie parallel with today's politics and world events.

Maggie's adventurous tales are informative, historical, and most of all entertaining. Readers will get a behind-the-scenes look at what happens to a young woman caught up in world events. Visit maggiekilgore.com for more details.


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