Holy Hormones Honey! In her latest, groundbreaking book, career journalist Janie McQueen unveils the truth behind the “new divorce gamesmanship”–vicious tactics that thrust victims into complex webs of legal tangles that destroy spirits and hobble divorce cases. Innocent women have been caught in this ‘gamesmanship’. Notice the world ‘man’ in there? Join Leslie Carol Botha and Janie McQueen on Monday, June 10 as we dive right into the divorce gamesmanship tactics aimed to destroy women and their families. Holy Hormones Honey! 6 to 7 pm MST only on KRFC FM Fort Collins.
“To the women who are victims of ‘divorce gamesmanship’: Look no further.
This book will give you hope and courage, and real tools to break free.”
Criminal defense attorney and FOX News Contributor Tamara Holder
HANGING ON BY MY FINGERNAILS: Surviving the New Divorce Gamesmanship, and How a Scratch Can Land You in Jail unveils the truth behind the “new divorce gamesmanship”–vicious tactics that thrust victims into complex webs of legal tangles that destroy spirits and hobble divorce cases. These surprisingly common–and legally deadly–ploys can and often lead to undeserved criminal domestic violence charges and trials, lingering records, heartbreaking child custody battles, embarrassing distortion campaigns, and even unemployment as employers increasingly trawl the Internet for background checks. Here is critical, powerful information for anyone, anywhere in the divorce process.
The book features the special section, HOW TO SPOT A SET-UP AND WHAT TO DO, with exclusive, timely input from the nation’s top legal talent and divorce specialists: family law expert and high-profile divorce attorney Randy Kessler, 2011-2012 Chair of the Family Law Section of the American Bar Association; criminal defense attorney and expungement expert Tamara Holder ; national self-defense expert and former police chief Steve Kardian; deception and credibility expert Eyes for Lies; and financial advisor and Forbes columnist Jeff Landers.
“Holding On By My Fingernails exposes how men manipulate the single thing women thought they had on their side: the criminal justice system,” says Tamara Holder, a popular FOX News analyst who penned the foreword. She also brings to the book clear insights into complex record-clearing laws, and the effects even a dropped criminal charge can have on employment.
McQueen is the author of three previous books, including The Magic Bookshelf, a critically acclaimed children’s literacy guide and library staple that was featured as a series in the Los Angeles Times Book Review. A 10-year anniversary edition, The New Magic Bookshelf, was released several years ago and was recently featured in an article for Costco Connection magazine.