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Book: Treading Water and other misadventures by Noreen Braman

Book: Treading Water and other misadventures by Noreen Braman

categories: Book, Essays, Boomer Women, Life, New Jersey, Motherhood, Dog Stories, Humor Anthology

Noreen Braman

Author Noreen Bramanabout this book: "Just keep swimming. Just keep swimming. Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming. What do we do? We swim, swim." - Dory, from Finding Nemo

In a sink or swim world, sometimes the best you can do is tread water, keeping your head above the waves, but below whatever life is throwing at you. In her book "Treading Water and other misadventures," Noreen Braman takes you on a damp journey down the rivers of her life as she does her best to stay afloat. Whether she is fighting with the ocean, dealing with an assortment of varmints or researching the evils of women wearing pants, she knows the best way to handle life is to keep moving, smiling, and treading water.

• "An enjoyable read!" — Natalie K. on Goodreads (with 4 stars).

• "Quite funny and a blast from the past." — Dorothy, Pittsburgh, PA

"Treading Water and other misadventures" is a collection of published essays, blog entries and humor columns by Noreen Braman. Also the author of "I'm 50 - Now What?" and "A Bouquet of Roses" she does her best to live on the smile side of life in central New Jersey.

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