The Best Way to Keep a Man is to Let Him Go (among other things)

Genre: Non Fiction

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Relationship advice

Book Summary

The author shares her experiences and observations, based on a nearly 60-year relationship (nearly 50 years of marriage) with the same man–-and the fire is STILL hot, hot, hot!

Get this book to find out why she says that 80% of the success of a relationship rests on the shoulders of the woman!

It’s also an excellent addition to a bridal shower gift!

Includes 21 pages of delicious, family recipes (macaroni and cheese, tuna salad, chicken and dressing, beef stew, greens, dry beans, cabbage, cornbread, pot roast, skillet chicken and rice, pepper steak, mashed potatoes, lasagna, spaghetti, chili, apple pie, banana pudding, lemon cream pie, Aunt Yetty’s pound cake and more).

64 pages


1) "This book is amazing....Short and easy to follow. I enjoyed it so much I read it a second time! It's a great tool for engaged couples, newlyweds, and couples with many years of marriage. There's something for everyone! It's a must have!"

2) "This was an excellent book!!!! Short and sweet straight to the point....I could not put this book down. I would definitely recommend. Lots of valuable information I will use to hopefully keep my relationship. I especially loved the recipes in the end."

3) "I loved this book, great insight on a man's mind and into a great relationship. It is written in a very reader friendly way, easy to understand and fun to read with little whimsical jokes and anecdotes. Fully recommended for both single and committed ladies that want a meaningful relationship."

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About the Author

I started my career as a stenographer at a major utility company, working my way up through supervisor of word processing, then as the office manager for an automotive advertising agency, and, lastly, as an executive assistant at a large non-profit health maintenance organization. I am also a professional proofreader. All of these positions were leading me into writing and becoming an author.

In 1982 my first piece was published. I entered a writing contest for a magazine. I didn’t win, but they notified me that they still wanted to publish my article. And they paid me $100! They published the article verbatim! I took that as a sign that my writing was publishable.

Subsequent to that, I wrote three op-ed columns for The Detroit Free Press. They published all three of them verbatim! I took that as another sign that my writing was publishable.

I wrote my first book, Line of Serenity (a memoir), in 1997. Being the oldest of seven, in a very happy family, I wanted to capture the way our parents raised us so that the way they did it would not be lost when we all passed on. (Sadly, our oldest brother passed away on April 28, 2013.) There has never been any sibling rivalry in our family; we all adore each other! Many people read the manuscript and told me that I should publish it. The book goes from 1944 (the year I was born) through 1977 (the year our mother passed on) and includes family recipes and photographs. Recipes, because food was–and still is–an important part of my family’s fabric; photographs, so that descendants can see what their ancestors looked like and be amazed to find a resemblance to an ancestor. You don’t have to be a family member to enjoy this book! For older readers, it’s a walk down memory lane; for younger readers, it provides a peek into the past.

In 1967, I married my childhood sweetheart. We have two grown sons, eight grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Family is everything!

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My sister, Anita, and I share the Web site, She wrote one book; I wrote ten books. The nine genres are: 1) Memoir, 2) Parenting, 3) Relationships, 4) Children's Education, 5) Children's Fairy Tales, 6) Bullying, 7) Quotes, 8) Spirituality, and 9) Health (I am a breast cancer survivor).


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