Heartfelt and humorous: An A to Z companion to growing older, filled with the unfiltered opinions and preoccupations of seniors today
When do we become “senior”? At age sixty? At retirement? Or, the moment we can’t do something that was previously simple? While there are endless books on “staying young,” there are precious few on embracing your age. Enter brilliant new aphorist Peter Buckman!
In this appealing guide, Buckman distills over 200 A-to-Z topics into sage wisdom, such as: “Secrets are not all that safe when we grow forgetful about who we’re not supposed to share them with.” And, “Respect should be accorded us for our sheer survival, if not for our achievements!”
Wry and revealing, Still With It! thoroughly examines the preoccupations of today’s seniors, and encourages readers of all ages to view elders in a brighter light: not just older, but also most certainly wiser.
About the Author
Peter Buckman has written books, plays, and scripts for film, television, and radio. He has been involved in the publishing industry for many years on both sides of the Atlantic, and he set up his own literary agency when he was in his sixties. Still With It! is his eighth book.
“An A to Z of advice, confession, wisdom, humor, compassion, and self mockery. Keep it bedside and read its contents in the mornings before facing yet another day of aging.”—Sir Patrick Stewart