From the Back Cover
Do you have trouble remembering your children's names, even if you have only one child?
Have you ever lost your car keys, and then used your spare set for a few days before losing those, too?
Do you need a separate pair of glasses just to find your other pairs?
Have you ever met a dear old friend on the street and "caught up" pleasantly for a few minutes while you frantically searched your brain for your friend's name?
Like many of us - some say it's everyone over the age of thirty - you are now entering the era when you can't remember sh*t. These are the moments when you know you could paint a picture of something or demonstrate how to use it or even write a thesis about it . . . but you just can't think of its name.
About the Author
Shelley Klein's books include The Wicked Wit of Charles Dickens, Shufflebeam, Brokway, and Sturt: The Origins of Surnames, and several others. She lives in England.