The Viagra Diaries

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Anny Applebaum is sixty-five and writes The Viagra Diaries, a San Francisco weekly column researching sixty-plus boomers looking for love. She places ads on Internet singles sites and interviews men over sixty. Is love possible in the Viagra generation? Divorced for thirty years, Anny has given up on love and concentrates on her career. She is looking for controversy and hopes that her column will bring her fame and fortune. On a date, Anny meets and interviews Marv Rothstein, a handsome, seventy-year-old, emotionally unavailable diamond dealer. Anny is attracted to Marv, and they become involved in a torrid affair. But soon Anny discovers that the elusive Marv is a serial dater prowling the singles sites for younger women--and that he still sees his much younger ex-wife. Anny decides to write a series of columns, modeled after Marv, about a man who can't face age, calling him Mr. X. As Anny's Mr. X columns gain recognition, she struggles with her conflict about Marv, her career hopes, relationships, and her coming of age.

Product Details

Price
$49.95  $44.96
Publisher
Blackstone Audiobooks
Publish Date
October 01, 2012
Language
English
Type
MP3 CD
EAN/UPC
9780792791577
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About the Author

Barbara Rose Brooker, author of The Viagra Diaries is a native San Francisco author, journalist and performer. She writes a column, Boomer In The City, about love after sixty for The Huffington Post and the SFJWeekly.

Named "the gold standard" of audiobook narrators and "a voice of the century" by AudioFile Magazine, Barbara Rosenblat is one of the most beloved artists in the industry, having won an impressive 8 Audies along with over 40 Earphone Awards and the 2010 Odyssey Medal for Best Audio Production. An accomplished theater, film, and television actress, Rosenblat has been featured on Orange is the New Black and has performed both on Broadway and in London's West End theatre.