Growing Your Own Turtleneck...and Other Benefits of Aging

Growing Your Own Turtleneck and Other Benefits of Aging Whether Martha Bolton is contemplating whether or not there will be carbs in heaven or why she s growing her own turtle neck she ll leave readers laughing out loud as they recognize the truth in h

  • Title: Growing Your Own Turtleneck...and Other Benefits of Aging
  • Author: Martha Bolton
  • ISBN: 9780764200038
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Paperback
  • Whether Martha Bolton is contemplating whether or not there will be carbs in heaven or why she s growing her own turtle neck, she ll leave readers laughing out loud as they recognize the truth in h

    • Growing Your Own Turtleneck...and Other Benefits of Aging BY Martha Bolton
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      Published :2019-06-21T14:48:29+00:00

    2 thoughts on “Growing Your Own Turtleneck...and Other Benefits of Aging

    1. Emmy nominated writer and the author or 88 books Former staff writer for Bob Hope Playwright with six musicals playing in Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, including two based on her novels, Josiah for President and The Home Game Has written comedy for numerous comedians.

    2. “Growing Your Own Turtleneck” by Martha Bolton is a collection of short, humorous stories on the subject of getting older. A seasoned writer, who wrote for Bob Hope, Ann Jillian and others, the author presents a variety of essays that are amusing and sometimes insightful. It uses the same style as her other books; quotes from famous people and personal experiences.When my mother was in her eighties, she started having senior moments. She started taking notes when she was reading a novel, bec [...]

    3. Humorous look at aging. The book consisted of short stories that gave you a laugh, putting life in perspective. I enjoyed reading her stories. It was easy to pick up for 10 to 15 minutes and put down again. No stress to rush through.

    4. Just couldn't get through it. It may be more humorous to those of an older audience that me (at 50). It referenced a lot of things that are now dated ten years after its publication.

    5. Sometimes you need a book that uplifts you. When you need that proverbial smack in the back of the head to wake you up from self pity, read this book.

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