Author Robin Dohrman Ayers's new book 'What the Heck Happened to the Last 30 40 Years?!' is an amusing collection of advice and tidbits about the aging process

Recent release "What the Heck Happened to the Last 30 40 Years?!" from Newman Springs Publishing author Robin Dohrman Ayers shares her hilarious viewpoint about the aging process, containing her personal experiences, quotes, interviews with others ranging in age from 19 to 95 years old and provides instructions on aging. It was created to entertain and inform anyone interested in the process of aging.

Robin Dohrman Ayers, a resident of Romney, West Virginia, who retired from the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind, where she assisted students in all areas of the curriculum, obtained a Master's degree in Education, volunteered in programs and organizations focusing on the rights of disabled adults and children and has traveled extensively in the United States and Europe, has completed her new book "What the Heck Happened to the Last 30 40 Years?!": a humorous and informative collection containing advice and excerpts about the process of aging.

"Warning: Besides finding the way, your skin now flaps in the wind, or from Costco hand dryers, like waving plains of grains (I watched in horror the first and maybe second times), if your natural protective covering drops its guard at all, it will thin and tear like soggy toilet paper. And, God forbid, if you're on blood thinners, you could bleed to death from a paper cut!" writes author Robin Dohrman Ayers.

She continues, "Prepare for the general sag of pretty much everything. It's okay. You're getting older; it's supposed to. Now, if you choose to "do something about it," on like your face, even entertainment personalities cannot deny the real story told by their necks and hands.

"And in a similar vein, in 2021, there are tons of lovely tattoos that are going to be, well, not lovely when they experience their sag. Think "Lllooovvveee" and the butterfly from hell that only shows up when you have a colonoscopy! Oh, and the sexy breast ones that will slide to your saggy belly button."

Published by Newman Springs Publishing, Robin Dohrman Ayers' entertaining book offers a unique view on aging. It provides laughable quotes, tidbits, wise words, instructions, and medical advice on getting older. Everyone gets older as the years pass. This book will entertain readers and provide them with comfort knowing their life journey of aging can be seen through a comical lens.

The book is perfectly complemented with original accompanying illustrations by artist Glenna-Jean Alt. 

Readers who wish to experience this informative and comedic work can purchase "What the Heck Happened to the Last 30 40 Years?!" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iBooks Store, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Newman Springs Publishing at 732-243-8512.

About Newman Springs Publishing: 

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