Three New Books You’ll Love

Gigi Schilling’s, Ageless Bride is simply a work of art and so inspiring for the over 50 bride (or any bride.)  Alan Alda has written an absolutely fascinating book on the art and science of relating and communicating. If you love the classic old movies and the beautiful film stars of Hollywood’s Golden age, Robert Wagner’s latest book will delight and entertain you.

Ageless Bride

Kudos to the beautiful and ageless Gigi Schilling (who also has a wonderful blog SoAgeless) on wonderful book that is lovingly dedicated to brides over 50. Twelve famous designers, including Isaac Mizrahi, Zac Posen, Ellen Christine, Betsey Johnson and Guo Pei, offer sage guidance and share fantasy dresses and looks that they envision for the over 50 and ageless bride.  The designs will make you want to get married, or remarry again just to wear one of these fabulous looks. Author Gigi Schilling nurtures her readers with inspiration for their special day. Love is ageless and so is the over 50 bride!  Get the book.

If I Understood You Would I Have This Look on My Face

 

We love Alan Alda as an actor – what Tomato didn’t have a crush on Hawkeye – and of course he has only grown in stature over the years. What we didn’t know is that he is an expert in the art and science of relating and communicating.  He is the founder of the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University and this book is his quest to understand – and teach others – how to relate and communicate better, using techniques that draw on his extensive experience as an actor.  This book can change how you communicate with others, and it’s written in a conversational, humorous way too. Read an excerpt here.   Get the book.

I Loved Her in the Movies: Memories of Hollywood’s Legendary Actresses 

If love watching the old classic movies and marvel at some of the wonderful actresses from the Golden Age of Hollywood, Robert Wagner’s latest book will delight you from beginning to end. In his more than sixty years in Hollywood, he he became acquainted, both professionally and socially, with the remarkable women who were the greatest screen personalities of their day. I Loved Her in the Movies is his intimate and revealing account of the charisma of these women on film, why they became stars, and how their specific emotional and dramatic chemistries affected the choices they made as actresses as well as the choices they made as women.  Get the book.

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