Second Chances is an eclectic and electrifying discussion at the intersection of literature and history. It focuses upon books that have fallen off the grid, former best-sellers and prize winners that remain worthy reads and that deserve a second chance. It also explores games, practices, events, ingredients, and other items that have been forgotten or overlooked.
Second Chances is written by Fredda Katcoff. Fredda is a recovering litigation attorney, who has practiced law in both New York and New Jersey, for law firms large and small. She is a graduate of Harvard College and Columbia School of Law. Fredda views retirement as a second chance to learn about a growing list of interests and to discover roads not taken.
Second Chances publishes new posts on the second and twenty-second of each month.