Linda Salisbury's new collection of newspaper columns are culled from twenty-two years of delighting readers of the Sarasota Herald-Tribune with her take on raising kids, marriage, pets, fruitcake, dieting and clutter. It includes such gems as her destructive dog, "a cross between a terrier and a Swiss Army knife," and that her husband suffers from "delusions of neatness." Salisbury is the author of an award-winning children's series (the Bailey Fish Adventures) and "Mudd Saves the Earth." Her comic adult novel, "Mother's: A novel of hoarding, friending and mischief," is slated for a January 2012 release.
|Publisher:||Tabby House Books|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.49(d)|
About the Author
Linda Salisbury has had a career in journalism, is the award-winning author of the Bailey Fish Adventure eight-book series for ages 8-12, and "Mudd Saves the Earth: Booger Glue, Cow Diapers and Good Ideas." (Good is crossed out.) Her first adult fiction, "Mother's: A novel of hoarding, friending & mischief" is scheduled for a January release. Her first two collections of columns also won awards and the first, "Good-bye Tomato, Hello Florida," was on the Fort Myers News-Press' best-seller list.