BOOMERBROADcast goes live on CBC Radio

We're getting our fifteen minutes of fame this Wednesday, November 12th when I'm being interviewed on Sirius XM Satellite Radio from 10:00 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.  by Christine Bentley (former newscaster at CTV Toronto) on the morning show called "What She Said" about my newly-released book, BOOMERBROADcast. The program is on CBC Talk Radio Channel 167 for Sirius subscribers, but for those who do not subscribe to satellite radio, it will be available on connectmeradio.com two days later (Friday) at 4:00 p.m. Parts of the interview may also be posted…

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Ann-Marie MacDonald opens up

Let me begin this review of Ann-Marie MacDonald's newest book, Adult Onset by stating up front that I'm a huge fan of her writing. Fall on Your Knees was an incredible and unforgettable read. The Way The Crow Flies fictionalized a very tragic event in the history of Ontario law enforcement in a way that kept me reading and trying to predict the outcome through every page. I love the way she paints the scenery, gives life and depth to her characters and spins a yarn that keeps me engaged…

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The Rosie Project is a fun, easy read

Imagine Sheldon Cooper from The Big Bang Theory researching the market to find the perfect wife for himself. That's what I found myself thinking of when I read The Rosie Project by Australian author Graeme Simsion. In his debut novel, Simsion no doubt taps into much of the academic world he lives in to describe the life of Don Tillman, a quirky University Professor of genetics who is oddly unaware of the fact he displays all the characteristics of Asperger's Syndrome. He accepts his idiosyncrasies as a bit unusual and…

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Hot off the press in time for Christmas

Get a head start on your Christmas shopping and order my newly-published book, BOOMERBROADcast. Save wear and tear on your feet and your nerves by avoiding the mall and shop on-line using the convenient link below.                 http://www.lulu.com/shop/lynda-davis/boomerbroadcast-baby-boomer-reflects-on-the-journey-from-living-life-in-the-sixties-to-living-life-in-her-sixties/paperback/product-21840812.html or http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00OQH2DCG for the Kindle Edition  

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It Wasn’t Pretty was pretty good

Celebrities and movie stars are not my thing. I do not watch ET or read People Magazine (except the free copy while I'm getting a mani-pedi), and I get impatient with the disproportionate amount of media coverage they get for their contribution to life in general. While I enjoy going to the movies and have a passing interest in the industry behind it, I'm not generally a fan. Except when it comes to a few women and one of those women is Diane Keaton. I fell in love with her style…

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Well-heeled means not wearing Manolo Blahniks

Pearl Bailey once said, "I've been rich and I've been poor and honey, rich is better." I know I've certainly been poor at times in my life and it was not fun. Not having money can mean living a simple, happy, uncomplicated life but in today's world it more often means worrying about not having enough to pay our bills, how to save for a home or vacations, or the big one, how to retire comfortably. After hearing the young author interviewed on the radio, I just finished reading a…

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