What better way to approach the twilight years of life than through humor? Renee' Servello did just that with her book “Humor All The Way” (ReadersMagnet; 2022).
In “Humor All The Way”, Renee' shares her experiences with aging and life, in general, through comical stories and honest, thought-provoking opinions. She makes hilarious remarks about having to fill out forms until one dies (and not dying until the paperwork is filled out), grandparents being 'storage unit' (because kids and grandkids leave their junk behind when moving out), girls having the choice of the birth face or the applied face when going out, humans expiring (dying) like their airline or hotel points, and many more.
Readers, particularly seniors, will laugh through almost every page in “Humor All The Way.” They will, above all, appreciate the author's light-hearted perspectives on many aspects of life, which encourages the readers to become happier, enjoy life more, and feel a greater sense of self-worth as they approach old age.
Manhattan Book Review reviewer Foluso Falaye gave the book a five-star review, praising the book for its “various stories and opinions that senior readers will find relatable…some insights and words of advice that will prepare younger readers for their twilight years…(and) other similarly introspective insights about different things nobody prepares you for in relation to aging.”
Take life less seriously by increasing laughter in life. Order a copy of “Humor All The Way” by Renee' Servello today on the ReadersMagnet online bookstore or through her website at https://www.reneeservello.com/
“Humor All The Way”
Author | Renee' Servello
Published date | May 14, 2022
Publisher | ReadersMagnet
Genre | Humor
Renee' Servello is the author of “Humor All The Way” and “You're Kidding…I'm A Senior?” When looking for everyday humorous observations, Renee' is your source. She believes that humor is the RX for life. She lives in Houston, Texas with husband Anthony (the KID), children Kelli and Ty, grandchildren, grandchild, and about a million relatives.
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