With credentials bestowed upon her by her last birthday, Susan Goldfein is highly qualified to tarnish the golden years. And she does so with the usual wit and wisdom we have come to expect. Following on the heels of her first two award-winning books, How Old Am I in Dog Years and How to Complain When There’s Nothing to Complain About, this collection of hilarious essays comments on her personal, but highly relatable, journey through the decades.
Only Susan can write about the ‘joy’ of getting older. Facing our golden years has never been so enjoyable.
Dan Roberts, Publisher/Editor, The Vegas Voice
Susan Goldfein is funny. Very funny. If you are over sixty (and I am) and you need a laugh, a lift, or a better outlook on life, read her book.
Andy Levine, Host, Second Act Stories Podcast
Aging is not for sissies, but isn’t always serious either. So, thank the stars that Susan’s here to lighten things up!
Marcia Smalley, Life Coach, Writer, and Teacher