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This witty little book is a compilation of author Marlene Coulter's entertaining newspaper columns and anecdotes showcasing her droll observations of the amusing situations she found herself in over the decades. With abounding candor, Marlene chronicles how she managed as a '60s housewife, mother and grandmother to dealing with a retired husband encroaching on her domain. Marlene's self-depreciating sense of humor and light-hearted essays about her family and friends are sure to bring a smile to readers young and old!
Marlene Coulter is Canadian writer who was inspired by American humourists Erma Bombeck and Joan Rivers. After being a stay-at-home mother for over two decades, Marlene went back to school taking writing courses at Ryerson University and classes with the Second City School Program. She was published in a collection of shorts from the Winners Circle No. 7 International Contest, The Toronto Star magazine Neighbours, Poetry in America's National Library of Poetry and was a regular columnist in her local newspaper for many years. She joined Toastmasters to improve her public speaking skills and soon after won second place in a local competition. Her story was also featured in TVO's magazine in 2003.