Over 50 Ain't Always Fabulous-Reflections of a Baby Boomer

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About the author:
Joyce Nanette Johnson is a free-lanced writer based in St. Petersburg, FL. The Long Branch, NJ transplant has been a contributing writer for The Tampabay Times, St. Pete Bulletin, columnist for Citilife Magazine and a correspondent for the Weekly Challenger Newspaper. She is the owner of Joydee Productions, which originally developed and produced several websites for community organizations for several years, and other public relations projects. Joyce Nanette Johnson was a finalist in 2010 and 2011 Tampabay Chapter of the National Association of Black Journalists awards. Ms. Johnson was the recipient of the 2011 Women in Communications Award presented by the Gathering of Women, Inc.

Over 50 Ain't Always Fabulous-Reflections of a Baby Boomer
 

Authored by Joyce Nanette Johnson

"Over Fifty Ain't Always Fabulous: Reflections of a Baby Boomer", is a humorous look at the real lives of Boomers, vs. the media's unrealistic view of some sexy, energized person that only exists in some marketing mavens' mind. There are many of these advertising darlings out there, but Over Fifty Ain't Always Fabulous isn't aimed at those Boomers, but it is for those who have survived the scrapes and bumps of life, but we are not as shiny or energetic as some of our touted counterparts. "Over Fifty Ain't Always Fabulous" laughs out loud at the present and then takes you on a sentimental visit to the past examining how the same situation means different results for Boomers today.
Over Fifty Ain't Always Fabulous: Reflections of a Baby Boomer is a shout out to the past, examination of the present , and a celebration of life's poignant but hysterical journey.


Publication Date:
2013-09-24
ISBN/EAN13:
148417626X / 9781484176269
LCCN:
2013907882
Page Count:
82
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Humor / Topic / Relationships




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