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So Who Says I’m Middle -Aged? (...and other random musings)

So Who Says I’m Middle -Aged? (...and other random musings)
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So Who Says I’m Middle -Aged? (...and other random musings)
  • Stock Status: In Stock.
  • Publisher: Cinnamonteal Publishing
  • Author Name:   P G Bhaskar;
  • ISBN-13:  9789383175000
  • Total Pages:  188 Pages
  • Edition: 1st
  • Available Book Formats: Paperback
  • Year:  2013
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As author P.G.Bhaskar stepped tentatively past the 30 year landmark and then, with even more trepidation, across the dreaded 40, he once again went through all the trials of adolescence; confusion, insecurity and apprehension punctuated by frequent bouts of foolishness. His gentle ramblings over the years -reproduced in this friendly volume that you are looking at- will take you through the many aspects of middle age – family, friends, work, travel, fitness, parenting, money et al. Bhaskar wanted to call it ‘words of wisdom’. His publisher plumbed for ‘nonsense in a nutshell’. Finally, they decided to call it nothing and just let the reader decide. Author’s note: This book is not about wizards, vampires, zombies or aliens. There is no mythology or mushy romance. It features neither gossip..
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Sold ByCinnamonTeal Publishing
AuthorP G Bhaskar
ISBN-139789383175000
FormatPaperback
Pages188 Pages
Publication Year2013

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So Who Says I’m Middle -Aged? (...and other random musings)

As author P.G.Bhaskar stepped tentatively past the 30 year landmark and then, with even more trepidation, across the dreaded 40, he once again went through all the trials of adolescence; confusion, insecurity and apprehension punctuated by frequent bouts of foolishness. His gentle ramblings over the years -reproduced in this friendly volume that you are looking at- will take you through the many aspects of middle age – family, friends, work, travel, fitness, parenting, money et al. Bhaskar wanted to call it ‘words of wisdom’. His publisher plumbed for ‘nonsense in a nutshell’. Finally, they decided to call it nothing and just let the reader decide. Author’s note: This book is not about wizards, vampires, zombies or aliens. There is no mythology or mushy romance. It features neither gossip nor slander. It contains no explicit sex. If you still don’t mind reading the book, please do. Whether you have bought it or merely borrowed it, I hope you enjoy reading it.
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