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Cooking With Hot Flashes: And Other Ways To Make Middle Age Profitable    by Martha Bolton order for
Cooking With Hot Flashes
by Martha Bolton
Order:  USA  Can
Bethany, 2004 (2004)
* * *   Reviewed by Melissa Parcel

Has middle age got you down? Then Cooking With Hot Flashes is the book for you. Martha Bolton's humor-filled look at the aging process will have readers laughing until they cry ... which is a welcome change from crying due to depression about growing old.

Fifty-three short chapters cover topics from 'Ten Things You Don't Realize Until Middle Age', to the conspiracy of kids taking over the world, and 'Advantages to Hiring Middle-Agers'. You will roll with laughter at chapters entitled 'The Comb-Over Conspiracy' and 'Classic Tunes Updated for Aging Baby Boomers' - Paul Anka sings 'Put Ben-Gay on My Shoulder' (from 'Put Your Head on My Shoulder').

There are benefits as well as drawbacks to middle age, and maintaining a sense of humor about the process keeps us light-hearted and feeling younger. This book offers meaningful advice in an offbeat way to help us keep centered on what is truly important in life.

Martha Bolton has a way with words that touches the heart and helps make every second count. With an easygoing writing style, she deftly incorporates a faith message that both uplifts and encourages. Enjoy Cooking With Hot Flashes yourself or give it as a gift to someone approaching the middle years of life.

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