A warm, witty and wise gift for mothers and daughters. Joan Sauers, bestselling author of Ageing Disgracefully and mother of a teenage daughter, gives us her warm, witty and wise take on the whole mother-daughter bond. With more than 300 indispensable tips, gentle advice, pithy observations and poignant moments in an attractive gift format, this book will appeal to women of all ages and stages of life. From reminders to remember you love her even when you want to MURDER her, to feisty suggestions on age-appropriate dress (it's okay to borrow your teenager's top, but NOT her miniskirt!) and reflections on how we feel when our mums age, this book will be light, bright and fun, yet always tender. Sure to bring a tear to the eye of mums (and daughters) everywhere.
Born in New York and working in film and television in NY, London and Los Angeles, Sauers has lived in Australia for the last twenty-five years. She is the author of twelve books including Mothers and Daughters, Ageing Disgracefully, and Sex Lives of Australian Women. She is a consultant and lecturer in screenwriting in Australia, Europe and Morocco, and lives in Sydney with her talented cat, Blossom.