Please join us for an evening with local authors Barbara Paskoff and Carol Pack and they speak about and sign copies of their new book Over Sixty: Shades of Gray, a Journey Through Life’s Later Years.
There’s no getting around it: with every breath we take—we’re a couple of seconds older than we were before, and there’s no going back. The last census showed nearly 60-million people in the United States are now older than 60. Face it: that’s a lot of gray hair and bad teeth. Many of the things older adults once took for granted, may be dramatically changing, which could be disturbing. But no one should suffer in silence unnecessarily, thinking what they’re experiencing is somehow unique. We’re all-in the “embarrassed to death” stage, so get over it! It’s time for everyone past a certain age to be embarrassed together. Don’t worry about relinquishing your individuality. We have a lot in common, but as our self-help book on aging shows, there are still many shades of gray we can embrace.
About the authors:
Barbara Paskoff, a founding partner of Envision Productions, Inc., and a former broadcast journalist, has produced and written medical and public affairs programs since 1988 for PBS and cable stations. She divides her time between writing and competitive dancing. She received her BS from Emerson College in Boston and her MA from New York Institute of Technology. Born in New York, she now resides on Long Island with her husband, Michael, and two fun-loving rescue dogs.
Carol Pack is a writer who reads two or three books a week and loves young adult books, mysteries, thrillers, and historical fiction. She lives on the east coast with her husband and her parrot.
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