Norene Gilletz Newest Book

Thyroid cancer disproportionately affects women and when it hits there is little to support the treatment and on-going diagnostic testing.  The LID (low iodine diet) is confusing and difficult to navigate, plus it’s 2 weeks out of your life where you really need to cook your own meals.  In this busy world, where more women are flooding the workplace and balancing families at home, thyroid cancer is untimely and challenging.  Norene Gilletz, best selling author and an expert in specialty diets introduces The Low Iodine Diet Cookbook, Easy and Delicious Recipes and Tips for Thyroid Cancer Patients featuring over 250 kitchen-tested recipes.  Check out the book on

 and twitter @theLIDCookbook.  Check out Norene at her website:

Steph Campbell in the House

Radio2Women finally has its very own theme music, meet Steph Campbell she is awesome.  Hear her story, songs and buckle up because she has a new book coming out and her own play.  Steph is an inspiration to women everywhere.

BIFF Turns 8!!!

Serene’s favorite event of the year is finally here; Berkshire International Film Festival!  Now in its 8th year the BIFF (as fans call it) promises to once again dazzle thousands of film goers with glitz, glam and guts.  Don’t miss out, get your tickets today and get your BIFF ON!  Plus a sneak peak at what you can expect to gain from  Saturday June 1st Event, Girl Rising.  For more information about BIFF, the Girl Rising Event visit

Rites of Passage

Meet Pooja the founder and artist behind the Rogue Angel Theatre.  Pooja introduces listeners to her work, inspiration and her latest installation Rites of Passage: collaborative community in homage to the intiatory stages in women’s lives.  To learn more about Pooja visit her site:

Integrative Coaching via Debbie Ford

Meet Fran Fusco, Director of Communications and long time follower of the Debbie Ford work.  Welcome your mind and ears to integrative coaching, unlocking your shadows and reaching your best YOU!  To find out more about the work go to;

Get Your Oola ON!

When Oola founder Amy Humes moved to New York City after college, her father presented her with a “positivity card”—a list of empowering messages handwritten on a pink index card that she could carry in her purse. He hoped his daughter would read the messages written there when she needed a boost of confidence.  Years later, after having children of her own, Amy came up with Oola Reusable Graphics—printed “buttons” that convey messages of positivity and hope.  Check out her website and get your OOLA ON  Also download the free 60 Seconds to Peace App for your IPhone or IPad and you too can share in spreading peace across the world.

William A Luckey Revealed

It may surprise readers and fans of William A Luckey that the popular western author is not a man but rather at the time a middle-aged mom writing from her kitchen table in her free time.  Meet Belinda Perry who for over 30 years has authored 21 books under the pseudonym William A Luckey (the name is part her ex-husband, step-father and mentor).  Visit Belinda and follow her as she travels across the country selling her latest book one copy at a time

Have YOU Had YOUR BOLA Granola Today?

Join Serene Mastrianni and Gabrielle Senza as they introduce listeners to Michele Miller and her deliciously famous company BOLA Granola.  Michele is found almost every weekend chasing down customers in select grocery stores yelling “have you had your BOLA granola today”.  Learn how this woman took a product from her kitchen to the shelves of some of the most sought after food chain stores.  Find out for yourself why BOLA granola is the best tasting granola around at

BFWW Continues with Half the Sky

Serene Mastrianni and Gabrielle Senza continue their coverage of the Berkshire Festival of Women Writers with the much anticipated screening of Half the Sky, Turning Oppression in Opportunity for Women Worldwide, Friday March 15th at 7pm at the Mahawie.  The event is being presented by WAM Theatre and Sisters for Peace, two philanthropic organizations making a difference locally and globally.  Join Caroline Wheeler and Kristen van Ginhoven as they discuss the event and the exceptional panel discussion to follow.  To find out more about the festival visit To follow the great works of WAM Theater, To learn more about Sisters for Peace,

BFWW Kicks off March 1st!

The much anticipated month long Berkshire Festival of Women Writers kicks off March 1st with Out of the Mouths of Babes; An Evening of Mothers Reading to Others.  Join Serene Mastrianni as she interviews Suzi Banks Baum about her amazing event, new book and the month long festival.  Suzi is launching her 2nd Festival Event and her newest book An Anthology of Babes: Thirty-six Women Give Motherhood a Voice.  For more information about Suzi visit or the Festival visit