Your Best Nap Now: 7 Steps to Nodding Off at Your Full Potential

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Bethany House, Apr 1, 2009 - Humor - 192 pages
No one looks at growing older quite like Martha Bolton. Whether she's contemplating why some people turn cantankerous as they age, suggesting songs and books for the middle years, or looking at the benefits of shrinking, she keeps readers laughing out loud. And when readers are laughing the loudest, she'll touch them with a moving or poignant observation to remind them about the value of life. This new book from the full-time comedy writer follows in the wake of It's Always Darkest Before the Fridge Door Opens and the bestselling Didn't My Skin Used to Fit?

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enlarGe your font
DeVeloP a healthy oBliVion
DisCoVer the PoWer of your reGrets anD WhininG
let Go of the Pork ChoP
Trendsetting Boomers
Ive Got the Music in Me
At Long Last Love
liVe to annoy
Choose to keeP GoinG

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Martha Bolton is a full-time comedy writer and the author of more than fifty books, including Didn't My Skin Used to Fit? She was a staff writer for Bob Hope for fifteen years and has written for Phyllis Diller, Wayne Newton's USO show, Ann Jillian, Jeff Allen, and many other entertainers. Her writing has appeared in Reader's Digest, Chicken Soup for the Soul, and Brio magazine. She has received four Angel Awards and an Emmy nomination. She and her husband live near Nashville, Tennessee.

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