Boomers!: A Survival Guide for the Future

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Evan Keliher, 2007 - Humor - 224 pages
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BOOMERS! (A Survival Guide for the Future) A satirical in-depth look at the perils and opportunities awaiting Boomers as they slip into retirement and face the challenges of aging in Modern-day America.
 

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About the author (2007)

I'm an 82-year-old high school dropout turned retired teacher, a Marine veteran of the Korean War,  a happily married man for 63 years (my wife made me put that in), and a writer of comedy/humor/satire.

It's all about the writing. Words are magical things that can work wonders in the right place, time, and quantity. Good writing always reveals more than just ink and pen; the words sparkle and skip about and frolic and look to be exactly where they belong. 

 Boomers! is both entertaining and informative. It offers lots of ideas  on lots of subjects that can make growing old a much more pleasant experience. How to invest, behave at funerals, win at romance, wrangle a job at Walmart, get food sans food stamps, upgrade Social Security checks, survive old-folks' homes, and much more.

The book is also funny and easy reading so you can not only learn but have a good time doing it. And it's cheap! 

Read all about yourself and get a head start on old age and before you actually get old and it's too late.

In any case, they look pretty good to me.

 


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