This book about body image, loss of sexual desire, and madcap adventures of spent youth and entering middle age has received stellar reviews from best-selling authors like Jill Conner Browne, Ronda Rich and Laurie Notaro. It's a collection of roll-on-the-floor laughing stories from syndicated columnist and Pulizter nominee Susan Reinhardt - an Erma Bombeck "Writer of the Month."
(PRWEB) April 14, 2005 -- Syndicated columnist Susan Reinhardt releases her
much-talked-about tell-all collection of humor in "Not Tonight, Honey Wait Til
I'm a Size 6," Kensington Publishing; May 2005: ISBN: 0758211244.
The stories range from public nursing and the brouhaha this caused in a mall (even getting her kicked out of the YMCA), to her parents putting their crypts on Visa to earn Frequent Flyer Miles. The stories here are outrageous and no-holds barred, or what Laurie Notaro, best-selling author of Idiot Girls Action Adventure Club says, "Susan Reinhardt takes the naked honest truth and sets it on fire in a blaze of laughter. Boldly, brazenly, and hilariously, she says what only the brave dare to think"
Sweet Potato Queen Jill Conner Browne says, "Surgical patients should forgo reading this book until all sutures are completely healed. Reinhardt is a riot!"
Like an edgier, naughtier Erma Bombeck, Reinhardt entertains readers with her skewed reports from the trenches of American family life. This collection of memoir/essays features such stories as when her Granny took up smoking at 80 and began putting lit cigarette butts in her bra; the "Other Taco Bell Dog," a poor white trash dog hurled into her car by a woman with two fannies; utterly wild and candid reports of her boob job and her husband's horrified reaction to the surgery. Reinhardt is full-throttle with her humor that has earned her the distinction in March as the Erma Bombeck Writer of the Month. She is also a three-time Best of Gannett winner and a Pulitzer nominee.
She writes about what is on men's and women's minds. But no one but her has the nerve to print. Even her Baptist-wine-drinking Daddy approved the stories. Her mother, on the other hand, was a tougher sell, and is hiding this book from her Sunday School class.
Susan has done TV and radio interviews and is known for riding her unicycle and twirling a baton at the same time. One of those quirky "Southern" talents. She also raises money for charity, along with her penchant for getting into situations even sitcoms haven't thought of writing.
She is now available for interviews. No topic is off limits. She'll tell a man how to get a wife - or just get lucky. She'll tell a woman how to look like a million on $50 bucks a month. And she'll talk about getting kicked out of her hoity toity sorority for being a non-conforming Southern Belle. Her diet tips are outrageous and her motto is "Nobody wants a bone but a dog."
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