|By PR Newswire||
|March 25, 2014 10:06 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, March 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Looking for a perfect antidote to those sweaty, sleepless nights confronting female baby boomers? Ellen Goldberg has the answer! "What the Hell Happened to Me? The Truth about Menopause and Beyond" penned by Goldberg and released through Gildan Media, is available now as an audiobook, eBook, and paperback.
Goldberg's friends have called upon her for years to write rhyming roasts and toasts for their special occasions. Finding the humor in the painful progression of aging, she has kept them laughing and wanting more.
Written with an irreverent, dry sense of humor, Goldberg covers everything from wrinkles to spider veins, falling body parts to skin tags, flatulence to muffin tops, and everything in between. The two-dozen hilariously illustrated rhymes that cover the trials and tribulations of aging, have literally found a voice in Joette Waters! You'll know you're not alone after hearing the actress wittily narrate the nuisances faced by females in 24 different tones.
Sneak a Peek at this great gift idea to see and hear why women of any age are bound to have some great big bloated belly laughs!
Author Ellen Goldberg holds a Bachelor of Education degree from The University of Toledo. A Managing Editor and Copywriter, Ellen resides in New York City. For more information check out her website and blog at www.HotFlashFun.com and follow her on Twitter @HotFlashFun
About the book:
Title: What the Hell Happened to Me? The Truth about Menopause and Beyond
Author: Ellen Goldberg
Format: Audiobook; eBook; Paperback
Price: $4.95 / $4.99/ $13.50
ISBN: 9781469089232; B00F8KVVI2; 9781469057767
Available: January 1, 2014
Published by Gildan Media LLC. This title is available online as an audiobook at itunes.com and as a Paperback, eBook, and audio at Amazon.com
Gildan Media is a multimedia publisher of books and audiobooks. Gildan Audio titles are distributed to the trade by Hachette Book Group USA.
SOURCE Gildan Media
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