Linda Rondo is best known for her work on the HBO series “The Wire,” and now she’s also taking on a new book, “Women of War,” a history of women from the first to the most recent wars.
The book will tell the stories of women who rose to lead, lead, and help guide their nations through times of war.
It will also explore the challenges faced by those who lost loved ones, and will examine the women who are still trying to keep those struggles alive today.
Rondo’s new book is titled “Women’s War,” and it is a history about the women and men who lost their lives in World War I, the Korean War, Vietnam, and beyond.
The narrative, she tells PEOPLE, is about “the women who fought, who died, and who have not been forgotten.”
“We are a nation that is trying to figure out how to make a better future for ourselves, and this is one of those times that we really do need to have a women’s war,” Rondo said in an exclusive interview with PEOPLE.
“It’s really important for me to look at what happened in my lifetime and try to remember what the greatest women fought for and to know that we are not alone in our struggles and we are the ones who are helping each other out.”
The book is scheduled for release in the fall of 2019, and it tells the story of women and women’s efforts to keep the peace and to make peace in the modern world.
Rondondo, whose real name is Joan Dreyfuss, is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, author, director, producer and executive producer of the award-winning “The O.C.” series.
The series is based on her acclaimed 2004 book, the novel “The Woman Who Knew Too Much.”
The HBO series has been a smash hit and has been adapted for film and television.
Rondo has been honored with numerous awards, including the prestigious National Book Award, the Pulitzer Prize for fiction and two Golden Globe Awards.
The HBO show follows a group of women in the U.S. and Europe who have survived World War II, the Holocaust, the AIDS pandemic, and other global conflicts.
It also chronicles the rise of a woman called the First Lady, the American War Cabinet, and the White House.
“Women’s war” will be a unique experience for Rondo, who says she’s not a political analyst, but rather a journalist who is interested in the challenges women face in the 21st century.
“I am interested in what women are doing today, what are they trying to do, and why they are doing it,” she said.
“I think women’s wars are a great way to explore what women have been through and how they’ve survived these struggles and they’re trying to create a better world for themselves and their families.”
The film is directed by Amy Poehler and will be written by Rondo and Amy Adams.
The film will be produced by Oscar winner Lisa Joy and David W. Zucker.
The film will star the “Breaking Bad” star, who was recently named one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People for 2017.
The two women will also star in a new movie, “Pigs in the Woods,” set to be released later this year.
Ronda Rousey, who recently won a Golden Globe for best actress for her role in the HBO drama series “Downton Abbey,” is also expected to star in the film, which is expected to be directed by Chris McKay and written by Amy Sherman-Palladino.
The story is based off Rousey’s book “The First Wife,” which is set to debut on Netflix in 2019.
Rosenstien, who is also a producer on “The Sopranos,” will be producing the film.