Ten Good Reasons To Lie About Your Age
is about Sally Lightfoot, a 50 year old widow unsure whether to age gracefully or disgracefully. A year after her husband's sudden death and stifled by suburbia, she goes out to lose her 'wididity' her born-again virginity, facing humiliation and rejection square on. It's sad but funny too.
"I would recommend this book for reading and book clubs. It is insightful and delightful, full of thoughtful dialogue and exceptional clarity. Sally feels real, like a neighbor or a friend and that makes the story take on a presence of its own."
LESLIE WRIGHT, The Huffington Post, Blogcritics, Seattlepi, Tic Toc.
"A beautiful life interrupted, then healed by the songs of Leonard Cohen." Blogcritic
"One minute this book has the reader laughing out loud, the next we are sobbing. We get what Sally has lost but we're also urging her to rediscover her sexuality and we root for her in her new potential love affair. Romantic, hilarious, engaging and highly perceptive, this is a finely written novel that deserves to be a bestseller." JACQUI LOFTHOUSE, The Writing Coach.
I hope you'll think it worth checking out the the sample chapters.