Hot Flash Haiku

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Adams Media, Mar 18, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 224 pages
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If I could turn back
Time, I'd look just like Cher did
Before surgery.

In Hot Flash Haiku, you'll find 200 funny and frank, punny and profound poems designed to delight women of a certain age. Hot flashers Jennifer Basye Sander and Paula Munier have divided this hilarious and moving collection by the five stages of grief, alternately laughing and lamenting about such ageless topics like love, sex, children, death, taxes, and life in general on the far side of forty.

Hot Flash Haiku: Because you're hot and you know it!

  

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Jennifer Basye Sander has been creating successful book products since 1983, when she published her first book, The Sacramento Women's Yellow Pages. She is also the author, coauthor, or ghostwriter of more than thirty books, including the recent gift book hits Wear More Cashmere and The Martini Diet. Several times a year, she leads women's writing retreat weekends in South Lake Tahoe, "Write by the Lake."



Paula Munier, an acquisitions editor by day and writer by night, is the author of Yes, We Can!: 365 Ways to Make America a Better Place; On Being Blonde; the young adult novel Emerald's Desire; and coauthor of 101 Things You--and John McCain--Didn't Know about Sarah Palin. As the Director of Acquisitions and Innovation for Adams Media, she also acquires and develops nonfiction series and stand-alone titles for the trade market. When she's not hot flashing, she works up a good sweat boxing.

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