A funny, wise guide to growing old ...and loving it! From the woman who brought us the best-selling A Grown-Up Girl's Guide to Life and a range of other humorous thinking woman's agony aunt titles including Teething, Tantrums and Tattoos, comes Ageing Disgracefully, a funny, wise guide to growing old ...and loving it! Joan Sauers has come up with more than 300 indispensable tips for women who are 35 and over. The list includes reminders to do all the FUN stuff, from drinking champagne to climbing a tree (though not in that order!) and, equally important, reminders not to do the dumb stuff, like sleep with your sister's husband. Or date royalty. Or even worse, sleep with your sister's husband the prince. The book is light, bright and fun, and it comes in a cute gift format that's perfect for A Woman of a Certain Age to flip through with one hand while holding her cocktail in the other and enjoying an expert massage from a Nobel Prize-winning Liam Neeson lookalike. Of course it's also the perfect size for flipping through while you're juggling a toddler, two grocery bags and the car keys, but, in the spirit of Joan Sauers, let's enjoy the fantasy, shall we?
Buy Ageing Disgracefully book by Joan Sauers from Australia's Online Bookstore, Boomerang Books.
(125mm x 186mm x 13mm)
Random House Australia
Publisher: Random House Australia
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Author Biography - Joan Sauers
Born in New York and working in film and television in NY, London and Los Angeles, Sauers has lived in Australia for the last twenty-five years. She is the author of twelve books including Mothers & Daughters, Ageing Disgracefully, and Sex Lives of Australian Women. She is a consultant and lecturer in screenwriting in Australia, Europe and Morocco, and lives in Sydney with her talented cat, Blossom.