One of the BEST benefits of being the Midlife Crisis Queen is being automatically mailed a few of the latest books published about midlife.
Being a librarian from way back, I ALWAYS appreciate a good read, and Marrying George Clooney: Confessions from a midlife crisis is just that!
Any book about midlife crisis that can make you laugh and cry at the same time, is well worth reading.
From her love affair with Ambien to her midnight musings as she cruises the internet, Amy Ferris captures the deeper turmoil and confusion that only menopause can bring.
At first I thought her book would only be a light and sometimes hilarious romp through Amy’s own version of a midlife crisis with great lines like, “I no longer have a waistline!” and her compulsive need to Google old boyfriends and lovers. She definitely kept me on my toes and laughing through her discussions about being a control freak even AFTER her own death.
But at the end of the book, Amy graciously shares her last days with her mother before she died. No more touching words have been written about the passing of a beloved parent.