It's Better to Be Over the Hill Than Under It: Thoughts on Life Over Sixty
This series offers two nonfiction and two general fiction or mystery titles aimed specifically at our older audience. One nonfiction title will be informational or self-help; the second will generally be a biography or memoir. The fiction titles will feature a senior character or theme.Eda LeShan's sometimes funny, sometimes profound, always insightful commentaries from the very best of her nationally syndicated columns offer options and strategies for the everyday concerns of senior men and women. With humor, wisdom, compassion, and her characteristic candor, she takes on such essential questions as: What sort of physical intimacy is normal later in life? What do you do when simple tasks become hard to accomplish? And how can you approach retirement with a sense of wholeness?
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