Bernice Becker is a modern-day Grandma Moses. Eighty-four years young she has just come out with her first book, Feel Good Stories. And boy do they make you feel good! "Feel Good Stories" is filled with humor, human interst and poignancy. The precious and hilarious moments of life are shared in an easy read.
(PRWEB) December 19, 2004 -- Bernice Becker is a modern-day Grandma Moses. Eighty-four years young she has just come out with her first book, Feel Good Stories. And boy do they make you feel good! "Feel Good Stories" is filled with humor, human interst and poignancy. The precious and hilarious moments of life are shared in an easy read.
You find yourself laughing, crying and delighting in the adventures of just being alive. Who could resist laughing aloud when your read about Ma Becker's adventures in a ritzy department store, in particular, how she handled her panties falling down! And who could not applaud her courage when at eighty, she enters her first talent pageant?.
"Feel Good Stories" is published as a paperback by Authorhouse and is now available at www.authorhouse.com as well as www.storiestofeelgood.com and www.enchantedself.com. The e-book version is also available at www.storiestofeelgood.com
Mrs. Becker lives in Reed's Landing in Springfield, Massachusetts. She can be reached for interviews at 732-571-1200. She is formerly of Norwalk, Connecticut where she lived for many years, married to Dr. Harry A. Becker, former Superietendent of Schools in Norwalk.
Her daughter, Dr. Barbara Becker Holstein is a nationally known Positive Psychologist with many books to her credit, including "The Enchanted Self, A Positive Therapy" and most recently, "Delight." Dr. Holstein is including Feel Good Stories as the first book in her series of "Enchanted Self Books for Women." To qualify, a book most offer for the woman reader, wisdom, hope, humor and also be a good read! Mrs. Becker's book meets all those criteria and more! Her own book, "Delight," to be released in the winter of 2005 will be the second book in the series.
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