"My Year with Eleanor" by Noelle Hancock

Published on August 11, 2011 by Ruth Lee[d]

I particularly appreciate the loving way Noelle brought out even the most painful information about Eleanor Roosevelt, who was without a doubt the most interesting, passionate, and devoted First Lady America has ever had…  I was raised to admire Eleanor, but today there are very few who even know her name let alone all she did for the world—not just the US.

For information on Noelle, I am falling back to what is shared on Amazon and the mud flap of her book.

Noelle Hancock is a former staff writer for the New York Observer. She was the founding writer of Us Weekly's entertainment blog and helped launch the website for the popular gossip column "Page Six." Her work has appeared in Rolling Stone, GQ, Blender, the New York Post, Maxim, Cosmopolitan, Page Six Magazine, Marie Claire U.K., Nymag.com, and Gawker, among other publications and websites. She was born and raised in Houston, Texas, and graduated from Yale University. She lives in Manhattan with her parakeets, Jesus and Stuart. Her parents are still holding out for law school.

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