I am pleased to announce that my humorous essay book, Laughter: A Woman's Best Defense is available, and up and running faster than I predicted.
The humorous collection of essays on the trials and tribulations women face in life to survive everyday normal living will, I hope, have you in stitches, if you are not already headed for the funny farm. Think men with remote controls (The less you think about them, the saner life is!), kids and their homework ("You said I had to do it, you didn't say I had to hand it in!"), grandkids and their brutal honesty ("Grandma, how come your boobs look like they're filled with macaroni?"), and zany friends who are just begging to have their antics revealed (A banquet placed before me just waiting for words to be attached.)
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$16.95, plus $3 S & H, total $19.95.
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I hope you will agree that it is a gorgeous book (it was a great stocking stuffer and I couldn't keep up with the orders!) And I hope you have as much delight in reading it as I did in writing it. The Lord said, "Vengence is mine," but the pleasure was truly all mine in revealing it for all the world to see before placing it in His hands for handling.
The cover illustration is from the very first essay on a certain '37 Chevie (done superbly by Emily Bates here in Noblesville.) I look forward to hearing from you, and if you have already read the book, please post a comment. Your support has been invaluable to me in the past.
Thank you. I hope to see many of you at the launching or signings. Please check this site periodically for info on dates and places. Buy the book direcly from me (your best deal, and mine) but come to the signings or launchings for the good times and good food. The reviews have been fantastic and people are loving the book more than I ever dreamed. It is soon to be available at Barnes & Noble, and also Border's. Keep asking them - it keeps the interest up. When I become famous, I will announce your names on The Oprah and Letterman show as making it a best-seller. And you never know, you might end up in the next book. Oh, dear me, don't know if I could survive any more ex's, kids, grandkids, and crazy friends' antics. It takes its toll on one, throughout the years, and you find yourself saying, "Why me, Lord?"
Please check out the other sites, leave a comment, and check out my author friends' links. I travel in some pretty high (and low) places with my writer acquaintances.
Looking forward to hearing from you, or sending you a book. Have a great year.