ABOUT THIS BOOK
PUBLICATION DATE: October 15, 2020
By (author) Kaye Adams; By (author) Vicky Allan
Still Hot is a collection of funny, surprising, affecting and emotional stories about the Big M (and the equally big Peri-M too). Some lucky women experience very few symptoms, but for others it’s an entirely different journey . . . And an awareness of those differences can help make each individual reality so much more livable.
Thirty women tell it like it really is, as they share their very personal stories of what the menopause made them do. There’s no such thing as oversharing here. From workplace struggles to marital strife, from life-changing decisions to love, sex andeverything in between, nothing is off-limits in this brilliant collection. It’s a must-read for all women!
With contributions from celebrities and household names – many opening up about their experiences for the first time – this is a candid and extraordinary collection of real-life stories, giving voice to women from all walks of life. Say goodbye to silence, secrecy and shame – as you laugh, cry and appreciate the menopause in a whole new light.
KAYE ADAMS is a TV and radio presenter and journalist. She is a regular anchor on ITV’s Loose Women, and a contributor to a variety of other TV and radio programmes including Channel 5’s The Wright Stuff and Sky News. Kaye also hosts The Kaye Adams Programme, a daily news and current affairs show on BBC Radio Scotland, and is a regular columnist for a number of national titles.
VICKY ALLAN is an award-winning journalist and author. A staff writer for the Herald on Sunday, her work has also appeared in The Times, Daily Express, Vogue, GQ, Guardian and Scotland on Sunday. She has won awards for her travel-writing, features writing and for her articles campaigning against violence against women. Her novel Stray is currently being adapted as a feature film.
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