Kiss Tomorrow Hello: Notes from the Midlife Underground by Twenty-Five Women Over Forty

Version: Unabridged
Author: Claire Davis , Kim Barnes
Narrator: A Full Cast
Genres: Fiction & Literature, Non-Fiction, Self Development, Essays & Anthologies, Social Science
Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks
Published In: April 2007
# of Units: 11 CDs
Length: 14 hours
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Overview

This book brings together the experiences and reflections of twenty-five women over forty as they embark on a new stage of life. The writers explore a wide range of concerns, from keeping love and sex alive, to letting children go, to contemplating plastic surgery. The tales are true, the confessions candid, the humor infectious.

Reviews (2)

Kiss Tomorrow Hello

Written by Pat C on August 7th, 2009

  • Book Rating: 1/5

This was one of the worse tapes I have ever listened to. The content was repetitive and the stories were way out there. I would not recommend this one to anyone who uses this media to stay alert driving.

A Mixed Bag

Written by Peggy Stortz on December 27th, 2007

  • Book Rating: 3/5

After much consideration, I chose to give this book three stars because some of the essays were very boring and pedantic deserving only one star and some of the essays were extremely well written and fascinating. Most of the essays were somewhere in between. Essays from middle aged women is a marvelous idea, but the publishers should have looked for quality work not well known names.

Author Details

Author Details

Davis, Claire

Claire Davis is the author of "Season of the Snake" and "Winter Range," which won the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Award for Best First Novel and the Mountains and Plains Booksellers Award for Best Novel. Her stories have appeared in "The Southern Review, The Gettysburg Review, "and "Ploughshares," been read on National Public Radio's "Selected Shorts "program, and been selected for the Best American Short Stories and Pushcart Price anthologies. She lives in Lewiston, Idaho.

Barnes, Kim

Kim Barnes is the author of a novel, "Finding Caruso," and two memoirs, "In the Wilderness: Coming of Age in an Unknown Country "and "Hungry for the World," Her work has appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including "The Georgia Review," "Shenandoah," "MORE Magazine," and a Pushcart Prize anthology. She teaches writing at the University of Idaho and lives with her husband on Moscow Mountain in Idaho.