Savvy Boomer Women Reveal All in Just-Launched Book 'On the Meaning of Adam Lambert'

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Just released on Amazon.com, "On the Meaning of Adam Lambert" is a cyber-confessional written by two savvy boomer women, June Kinoshita, a Harvard-trained scientist and Kath Hollinsworth, a public policy analyst. Both lettered women with happy marriages and fulfilling lives, they were the most prolific of “glambertina” bloggers who found each other after Allegra Huston posted a blog question “What Is It About Adam Lambert?” on the wowOwow web site. The resulting flurry of analytical, entertaining and downright funny blog posts created a serendipity that transformed their lives and resulted in the publishing of their most intimate and riveting blog posts in their book "On the Meaning of Adam Lambert". The book is now available on Amazon.com.

“On the Meaning of Adam Lambert” is a true cyber-confessional book now available on Amazon.com (http://bit.ly/axL49t) which chronicles the journey of two boomer women, June Kinoshita and Kathleen Hollinsworth, as they discover new meanings and new relationships from their shared fascination with Adam Lambert and how he made them feel.

The authors, a Harvard-trained scientist and a public policy analyst writing under pseudo pen names Juneau and Xena Warrior Princess, respectively, are both lettered women with happy marriages and fulfilling lives. They were the most prolific of “glambertina” bloggers who found each other after Allegra Huston posted a blog question “What Is It About Adam Lambert?” on the wowOwow web site.

The resulting flurry of analytical, entertaining and downright funny blog posts created a serendipity that transformed their lives and resulted in the publishing of their most intimate and riveting blog posts. As June said, "Life has a way of stuffing you into boxes. I was happy and fulfilled with the roles I was playing, but this Adam experience made me break out of my mold and tap into a creativity and passion I'd kept on tap for years. Honestly, people are envious! We hope our book inspires readers to find their 'inner-Adams' and re-ignite their lives."

By the end of the book, the authors emerged renewed, invigorated, self-aware, more loving and happy. Not only did they examine and enhance themselves and their relationships, they formed deep bonds with dozens of fellow "Glambertinas" who found their own lives upended and rewarded. Readers will be fascinated and moved by these stories. For June and Kath their "spark" was Adam Lambert, but the phenomenon is universal to anyone who embraces a passion that transforms.

Syndicated columnist Liz Smith raves about “On the Meaning of Adam Lambert” in her Fox News Program video (http://bit.ly/ajtRb6) and suggests that the book may even help Adam Lambert's career.

Not your typical fan fare, this is a must-read for anyone curious to eavesdrop on what women, especially boomer women, say behind closed doors.

Availability: “On the Meaning of Adam Lambert” is available on Amazon.com (http://bit.ly/axL49t).

About the Authors: June Kinoshita (aka Juneau), Co-author of "On the Meaning of Adam Lambert", is a web entrepreneur, writer and editor specializing in science. She graduated from Harvard University, where she studied physics.

Kath Hollinsworth (aka Xena Princess Warrior), Co-author of "On the Meaning of Adam Lambert", has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from York University, and has enjoyed success in business before the siren call that led to stints in politics and government.

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