Who Left the Cork Out of my Lunch?: Middle Age, Modern Marriage & Other Complications

Who Left the Cork Out of my Lunch?: Middle Age, Modern Marriage & Other Complications

by Vikki Claflin

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ISBN-13: 9780988398009
Publisher: Mill Park Press
Publication date: 01/20/2016
Pages: 170
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.36(d)

About the Author

Vikki is an international best-selling author, humor blogger, and inspirational public speaker. She lives in Hood River, OR, where she writes the award-winning humor blog Laugh Lines: Humorous thoughts and advice on how to live young when you're...well...not, where she doles out irreverent advice on marriage, offers humorous how-to lists galore, and shares her most embarrassing midlife moments. She believes that laughter is what keeps us healthy, young, and fabulous, no matter what our age. Vikki has been featured on the Michael J. Fox Foundation website, Erma Bombeck's Writer's Workshop, The Huffington Post, Scary Mommy, Generation Fabulous, Midlife Boulevard, Better After 50, and Funny Times Magazine. She also received a BlogHer14 "Voices of the Year" Humor award. Vikki's first book, Shake, Rattle & Roll With It: Living & Laughing with Parkinson's chronicles her hilarious, and sometimes poignant journey, about living with Parkinson's disease. Her newly released book, Who Left the Cork Out of My Lunch? Middle Age, Modern Marriage & Other Complications is available now on amazon.com

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Who Left the Cork Out of My Lunch? Middle Age, Modern Marriage & Other Complications 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
pet1210 More than 1 year ago
Who left the cork out of my lunch? is an often amusing collection of blog-like articles about coping with middle age and marriage. Although probably primarily geared towards female readers, there are several advice type chapters that could prove highly educational for husbands (e.g. How to compliment your wife). Due to the short chapters and the frequent use of lists, this was a very quick read and great for picking up in-between other stuff when I needed some fun entertainment. If you're a girly girl you will probably relate to many of the topics far more than I managed to. I am not into reading about make-up, fashion or plastic surgery advice, so there was a lot I couldn't identify with at all. Too much focus on outer appearance, but I really enjoyed the topics about attitudes, moods and communication, about children and grandchildren and some of the little anecdotes the author shared. I enjoyed the writing style and found it engaging. The author's personality really shines through, but I found that certain things were mentioned repeatedly and topics revisited. Many thanks to Booktrope for my copy via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.