Eagle, ID (PRWEB) June 23, 2008
Idaho author Elaine Ambrose is one hot woman. After enduring the indignities and inconveniences of menopause, she decided to write about her experiences and offer suggestions to help other women cope with the ultimate body betrayal. She co-authored a sassy book titled Menopause Sucks -- What to Do When Hot Flashes Make You and Everyone Else Miserable. The 258-page book is published by Adams Media and will be released nationally in July. It sells for $12.95 and can be found at local book stores, on Amazon.com, or directly from the author.
Throughout the book, Ambrose offers amusing advice about how to surf the live volcano flow of menopause without hurting anyone or being arrested. She provides advice about how to discreetly squeegee the sweat from your forehead. She'll tell you how to endure incontinence, hairy toes, memory loss, and limp libido. She'll also describe how to jump off your mood swing. Finally, she'll warn everyone that 1,500 women a day enter menopause, so be careful because they could be driving next to you! Ambrose wrote the book with best-selling author Joanne Kimes. Find more information at http://www.elaineambrose.com.
Ambrose is known for her hilarious stories and tall tales. For most of her 56 years, the popular public speaker and author of 100 magazine articles and five books has encouraged audiences and readers to "live happy or die crabby." She grew up on an isolated potato farm near Wendell, Idaho and for entertainment she started writing short stories and poems. Her first national publication came at age 11.
Ambrose received Phi Beta Kappa scholastic honors from the University of Idaho with a degree in journalism. She was Idaho's first female television news reporter and talk show hostess at KMVT-TV in Twin Falls. She was a manager in the communications department at Boise Cascade, the associate editor of The Boise Magazine, and the first editor of The McCall Magazine. She currently owns Mill Park Publishing in Eagle which published three award-winning books that were written, illustrated, and printed in Idaho.
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