A book to spend an afternoon reading, but not a very deep book. My favorites were Madeline Albright, Nora Roberts, and Vanna White. I least liked Joyce Tenneson, which was so arty-farty pretentious, all I did was roll my eyes.
Honestly, if you enjoy Oprah's network programming or her magazine, you would like this positive book. It is filled women from various walks of life and careers, but they are all famous and successful. If you are seeking something more in depth for self-improvement, this book isn't it.