Shenanigans is the memoir of a woman who became a successful media watchdog as well as a more sympathetic wife , mother, and daughter. Always surrounded by witty and strong-minded people, especially her supportive, force-of-nature husband, Kenigsberg more than held her own. She pursued a serious career as a media critic and professor and became a respected figure in New York media. Kenigsberg delivers irreverent descriptions of college professors, corporate bigwigs, and never-before-revealed encounters with Dan Rather, Leslie Stahl, Mike Wallace, and Alan King.
“This is a witty, at times hilarious, and surprisingly touching memoir! Harkening back to the days when women were truly carving their way into the “men’s club” of business and the media, Shenanigans reminds us all of how far the world has come in its treatment of women, but also how far it still has to go. Easy and enjoyable to read, Abby’s story is a rare and refreshing glimpse into the life travels of one bright, sassy and determined woman. Loved it!”
Sally Worthington Campbell -- Free Lance Writer and Contributor, Texas Living Magazine
“Loved this book. A great memoir of a unique woman and told in a way you get a sense of the personality of this woman that was so capable of effective shenanigans. A great role model for young and old. It will put a smile on your face.”
Judi Nudelman -- Founder of The Neuroscience Studies Foundation in Honor of Harvey and Judi Nudelman