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AuthorHouse, Nov 9, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 84 pages

Do you remember when there were nuns and do you remember when nuns looked like nuns?

“The Nun Factory and Other Horror Stories” is a humorous and slightly irreverent look back at what convent life was like back in the late 50’s. By relating her feelings and her experiences, Barb answers the questions that Catholics and non-Catholics alike, have had about nuns.

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About the author (2004)

Joining the convent enabled Barb to go to college and earn a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree. It also gave her the opportunity for a career in education, but she’s also dabbled in sales (cemetery property, of all things) and has also been a co-owner of a restaurant (even though she doesn’t cook).

During all of these busy years, she’s wanted to tell of her experience in joining a religious order. She tells her story with much humor and just a tad of irreverence.

So, we will find the answers to some deep, spiritual questions, such as: “ Did nuns really shave their heads?” and “What other uses did nuns have for stay-free Maxi pads?”

A fun story and a fast read.

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