The 1960s was one of the most fascinating and turbulent periods in America’s 20th century—and now, Rifka Kreiter sweeps readers into her life on the frontlines of the era’s most significant moments and movements, capturing her personal quest for liberation and self-discovery through her beautifully-written memoir, Home Free: Adventures of a Child of the Sixties (She Writes Press, May 16, 2017).
Weaving together the intensity and at times wrenching ups and downs of her own life with the historical, politically disruptive context of the times, Home Free is a gripping, engrossing read and a study in one woman’s search for freedom, self-acceptance and ultimate salvation. This book is as bold, fearless and brave as the young Riqui and … Continue reading Leigh Gallagher, Assistant Managing Editor, Fortune
Rifka Kreiter’s journey through the Boomer zeitgeist on her quest for self-knowledge and self-fulfillment is the real thing. It is reminiscent without being melancholy, which makes it even more fun to read. You’ll remember the good old days but won’t necessarily wish to relive them, and will be moved by how Ms. Kreiter does.