Who I am
I am a (post?) menopausal woman-of-a-certain-age driven to make a ‘dfrence’. Via the power of the personal story, I have helped charities increase fundraising revenues, help women add insight and humor to their menopausal years, and help families as they make important decisions about implementing caregiving plans. And, using persuasive, creative, humorous, and biographical writing, I fill various needs in a variety of ways. Read More..
What’s up with Menopause or Lunacy…That is the Question
The section titles alone reveal much about this book: Feeling Up, Feeling Down; A Mind Blowing Experience; I’ll Never Look Like THAT!; and Finding Myself. Through 30 short scenarios, sympathetic parties will find many to be relevant and engaging. To anyone affected by menopause, directly or indirectly, get ready for a poignant, funny, and heart-wrenching tale of the menopausal experience.
This book is for you!
Menopause or Lunacy…That is the Question meshes menopause with both trauma and laughter, and women want it, because few of us have a symptom free menopause. Whether you’ve already been there, are there, feel crazy and don’t know why, know you will one day be there, or know and love someone who is losing it for no apparent reason, this is book is for
you…honest! Read More..
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Testimonials / What Everyone is Saying
“This book is told with humor while it evokes sympathy. I loved the back and forth erratic form, manifesting the idea of menopausal madness. Perfect!”
“Although just 30, I couldn’t help but feel Donna’s angst as she grappled with her cat dilemma—a lose-lose situation for her."
“Donna is both insightful and funny. She’s spot on about forgetting everything, and her scenario about drastically messing up her budgeting rings true for me. Bravo!”
“Intriguing and captivating—encapsulates the struggles with this stage of life, while revealing that the chairs are not the issue”.
“ I totally relate! Donna has managed to balance the realities of menopause with her personal experiences. It’s so hard to keep a sense of humor when your brain is lost in some foreign sea.”