Sunday, 14 April 2013

How Not to Murder Your Grumpy by Carol E. Wyer


Probably not the sort of How To book you would think of looking for, is it? This is a hugely entertaining, informative, interesting and fun book of all sorts of things you can suggest to your newly retired better half to keep him out of your hair, and possibly prevent him from becoming a train-spotting anorak and even more grumpy. This isn’t just an A to Z of weird and wonderful activities, it’s delightfully funny and witty, (written by a very lovely funny and witty lady), peppered with fascinating facts and figures and jokes. 


There aren’t just twenty-six pursuits to cajole your grumpy into: there are no less than 700. Anything from astronomy and antiques to juggling and jousting to yodelling and zorbing. See, what did I tell you? I was almost tempted to keep this from my very own Grumpy and take up the hobbies myself. 

Even if you aren’t approaching those ‘senior’ years, this is a treasure trove of suggestions to keep anyone of any age out of mischief, fit and mentally active. 

A superb ‘handbook’ written in Carol’s inimitable style. An absolute gem.

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1 comment:

  1. Sounds good. I am a fan of Carol's work, not least because she makes me laugh out loud.

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