About the Author
Tracy Kunzler is an author, humorist and freelance writer living in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Her first book, "Aging With Ungirdled Passion," is a celebration and commiseration concerning the “gifts” that come with reaching “a certain age.” As a wife for over 25 years, and the mother of 21-year-old twin males, necessity has been the mother of invention for her when it comes to coping with the differences between the sexes. Consequently, her hobbies include taping images of Gisele Bündchen onto condiment jars to compensate for male refrigerator blindness; drinking wine; calling professional contractors and handymen on the sly to keep her husband from performing DIY projects; repeating herself when talking about anything other than sports and sex; drinking wine; putting the toilet seat down; hiding the remote control; drinking wine; and cleaning up and smelling things no woman should ever have to clean up or smell. You'll enjoy her insights and strategies in "Men & Women: Getting Into Each Other's Genes."
Bob Nery is the subject of dozens of folk songs. He learned early in his endeavors as a great humanitarian how to turn the wrong side of the tracks into the right side. (Psssst, you just turn around.) After mentoring many prodigies in his epically superior ways here on earth, he began pursuing his true passion, serving as a goodwill ambassador for this rock, this planet we call home. In mastering the ways of the Jedi Knight, he taught Yoda yoga; R2D2 the two-step; and C3PO how to overcome his BO, ultimately becoming one with the force. Through all this, he’s not lost one shred of humility and remains the guy that girls want and guys want to be. He has found that writing gives him the escape he needs from the lofty burdens he gladly carries in his responsibility of protecting the galaxy from evildoers. He leapt at the chance to share his vast insight into the male psyche in the pages of "Men & Women: Getting Into Each Other's Genes," and in humble anticipation of your gratitude, says, “You’re welcome.”