"Susan's on a roll again! More wise and witty insights to laugh us down the highway." -Willie Nelson, singer, songwriter, actor, and author
"Susan Goldfein has done it again with this new volume of human truths and frailties. She never ceases to be hilarious as she illuminates our everyday tendencies. She is our mirror on the wall." -Julie Gilbert, novelist, biographer, playwright, and teacher
"Fasten your seat belts, don a pair of fun sunnies, and put the top down-Susan is about to take you on a joyride through the golden years. Fully packed with wry wit and wisdom, this book will have you laughing and nodding the whole way." -Terri Bryce Reeves, editor, Lifestyles After 50
"Take a gallon of creativity. Mix with a pint of snarky humor, a cup of insight, a dollop of spice, and sprinkle with laughter. What you've got is Susan Goldfein at her best. Susan takes ordinary living to an art form. She makes everyday experiences a formidable challenge, as she gracefully guides us through 'age-hood' with her unique style and wit, making every senior moment a recipe to treasure." -Judith Marks-White, author of Seducing Harry and Bachelor Degree
How to Complain... Susan's second volume of essays should give her audience nothing to complain about. If you are expecting more insightful, relatable, and snark-filled glimpses into the foibles of ordinary events, she does not disappoint. Following on the heels of her award-winning first book, How Old Am I in Dog Years?, she continues to find irony and humor in the everyday.
Susan spares no punches as she tackles such topics as marriage, the indignities of aging, social norms, and Barry Manilow fan shaming. She candidly questions the need for electric toilet bowls, and why anyone would want to try an anti-wrinkle cream made from an artichoke. This fresh and delightful collection of essays will appeal to women across generations, as well as men brave enough to discover what really makes the other half tick.