Posts Tagged ‘ aging ’

HO HO HOPress: Revisiting our Releases for 2017

November 19, 2017
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As we do each holiday season, we re-visit the year’s releases and maybe a few from the prior year as a way not only to show off our authors but to inspire readers to purchase…

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These Boots Are No Longer Meant For Walking

October 29, 2017
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I’m a city girl, as in The City, The Big Apple, New York City. He’s a western, small-town-kind-of-guy. I’m a Gucci-kind-of-girl. He’s always been a cowboy-boot-wearing-guy. And I don’t mean the fancy, handcrafted, custom-made, snake…

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Bangor Author Brings laugh-out-loud Moments to Boomers with Boomer on the Ledge™

October 23, 2017
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  HOPress wanted to share the info about Molly Stevens, her book Boomer on the Ledge and her book party this weekend.    How does a daughter of a Maine potato farmer turned nurse turned…

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Book Parties,Signings and Events for HOPress-Shorehouse Books/Corner Office Books Authors

October 16, 2017
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This fall, is a busy time for HOPress-Shorehouse Books/Corner Office Books Authors so we want to share when and where our authors will be: Saturday, October 21st at 7 PM– Mary Farr will be doing…

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The Upside of Getting Old

October 3, 2017
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I recently turned 45. Even more recently, I turned 62. This old body is starting to show signs of wear and tear. I haven’t checked, but I’m pretty sure it’s way out of warranty. When…

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My inner youth has a thrill at the liquor store.

July 27, 2017
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When I look in the mirror lately, there’s a curious older woman looking back.  She has grey hair at the roots, some wrinkles, and two age spots on her cheek.  Oh yeah that’s me, I…

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My Body & Organized Labor

July 26, 2017
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My body has unionized. Every year I’m presented with more and more demands. When I was young, I was able to exploit and abuse my body—make it work overtime without compensation. And I could make…

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Twenty-two signs I am not aging as gracefully as I’d like

May 11, 2017
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1. More and more frequently, when I come out from the grocery store I can’t remember where I parked the car. 2. When I use the trimmer to clean out my ear and nose hair,…

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Purple Pain

I pictured myself venturing out in public with a red and swollen face, so I waited until I had two days with nothing planned. Finally, the time was right. I pulled the cup of wax…

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Never say never: Things I never thought I’d say

April 5, 2017
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A friend recently asked me if I’d seen a particular skit on Saturday Night Live the night before. I replied, “Hell, I can’t stay up that late anymore; I’ll watch it online.” Then I thought:…

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How to Write and Share Humor
By Donna Cavanagh Published by HumorOutcasts Press

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Boomer on the Ledge
By Molly Stevens and HumorOutcasts Press

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Heartly God?
By Wil 3. and Shorehouse Books

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