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Beautiful People and Other Aggravations, The Paperback – April 9, 2010
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"Laugh your cares away with Rose Madeline Mula, one of The Saturday Evening Post's favorite humor writers."
-Ted Kreiter, former editor, The Saturday Evening Post
"Rose Mula has a wonderful way of making everyday annoyances amusing. If laughter is the best medicine, you can throw away your prescriptions! This book will replace them all."
-Joan Fontaine, Academy Award-winning actress
"Read this book relaxing in a bubble bath or vegging out on a Sunday afternoon. You'll want to give copies to all your friends, relatives, and people you pass on the street. It's very funny, full of wisdom and fresh takes on every aspect of life."
-Mary McHugh, author, How Not to Become a Crotchety Old Man and How Not to Become a Little Old Lady
"The French believe a woman of a certain age should breakfast on two glasses of champagne to keep her scintillating. Rose Mula's new book has the same effect. Her bubbling wit and humor tickle your nose and your funny bone like the best vintage wine."
-Russ Gorman, WOON talk show host and nationally known astrologer to the stars
In a series of hilarious essays, Rose Mula ponders the pitfalls of approaching old age. Whether she is lamenting the admonitions of eating healthy or protesting the U.S. Postal "Disservice," no topic is too taboo for this sardonic senior.
Blessed with wit and charm, Mula has had a successful career as a writer. In addition to authoring Pelican's If These Are Laugh Lines, I'm Having Way Too Much Fun, she composes a monthly column for www.seniorwomen.com. Her work has been published in hundreds of magazines and newspapers, including The Saturday Evening Post, the Christian Science Monitor, the Boston Globe, and the Philadelphia Inquirer. A graduate of Boston University, Mula is a native resident of Massachusetts.
About the Author
Rose Madeline Mula was an executive assistant, public relations specialist, and operations manager for a New England theater chain before she discovered a passion for writing. Her work has appeared in The Saturday Evening Post, Yankee, Modern Maturity , the Christian Science Monitor, the Baltimore Sun, and more than one hundred other magazines and newspapers. She also writes a monthly column for seniorwomen.com.
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