If This Is Mid-Life, Where’s the Crisis? explores the peaks and pitfalls of being forty-something and married--with kids. Sam Cook takes you on a rollicking ride through mid-life with stops along the way to enjoy life’s special moments. Finding humor in the little things that drive us all crazy, he helps you laugh at the trials and tribulations of family life. But Sam is not just funny--his delight in life’s small pleasures shines through in every story. If This Is Mid-Life, Where’s the Crisis? brings the lively wit and gentle insight of one of the Midwest’s best-loved newspaper columnists to readers everywhere. “Reading Sam Cook is like spending an hour with your most terrific friend. He is smart, kind, thoughtful, honest, hopeful, and hilarious.” Lynnell Mickelsen, journalist “Sam Cook, in the tradition of Mark Twain, transforms the ordinary occurrences of everyday life into extraordinary stories.” Bob Cary, author, Root Beer Lady Author of the award-winning outdoor series, Up North, Quiet Magic, and CampSights, Sam Cook also shares his insights and observations through his weekly columns in the Duluth News-Tribune. His work has been reprinted in Reader’s Digest.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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