The Corner Bookstore in Angel Fire, New Mexico., followed by Moby Dickens, Taos, New Mexico, and Bookworks, Albuquerque, NM
Susan has been invited to present at the 2nd Annual NM Women Author’s Book Festival, September, 26th, Santa Fe, NM (directions and times to follow)
The highs and lows of middle age could not be better represented than in Ganahl’s Naked on the Page. Finding Mr. Right at an age most consider past one’s prime is the supreme challenge. One has to have a sense of humor and a sense of honesty—with one’s self! This book chronicles a discovery of inner strength through real-life tragedy. Combine this with a wonderful sense of place, lust, love, and hope triumph.
Compare Naked on the Page with Susan Slater’s novel, 0 to 60. This time the heroine faces the future without a mate—but she’s sixty. Is there time to start over? Are their potential companions out there who are not just looking for someone to roll them out in the sun? Does love have a time-limit? Some unforeseen line that negates any Cinderella story so late in life? Follow her adventures—some hilarious, some heart-breaking but tackled with the energy and perseverance that’s inspiring.
Like in Naked on the Page , life doesn’t stop just because we need to regroup. In 0 to 60 Shelly must deal with aging parents, sibling rivalry, an overbearing former husband and make life-altering decisions. Whew! What happened to sixty being a time to slow down, unwind and enjoy what one has built over a lifetime?
Even looking in the mirror like in Naked on the Page can be daunting. Can one be sexy at sixty? Why shouldn’t one get rid of a few chins if it boosts self-confidence? These books offer a smart, funny, empathetic look at what it’s like to be over fifty—today. Getting older does not mean a rocking chair!
Looking for a book similar to Naked on the Page? Get your copy of 0 to 60 today!