Malky Feig is a marvel. With uncommon sense, sensitivity, and humor, she looks at the foibles, fantasies, dilemmas, perplexities, and challenges of everyday life. She makes sense of the nonsensical, finds hope in the hopeless, finds silver linings in the darkest clouds, and leaves us with a smile and a chuckle while she's doing it.
Many thousands of men and women devour her weekly essays in the Yated Ne'eman. Most of them turned to "Mirrors and Windows" before reading anything else, and then, as often as not, would call a friend and say, "Did you see this week's Malky Feig yet? It's great! - as usual."
When you read this wonderfully insightful and entertaining book, you¹ll say, "How did she know what's going on in my life?" And you know what? Her optimism and upbeat attitude are contagious.
This book is a collection of the columns that made Malky Feig a household word in countless families. If you know her, you'll embrace this book like a long-lost friend. If you have never read her words, you owe yourself this undiluted pleasure.