Barbara Rose Brooker
Original Boomer Hottie & Author of "The Viagra Diaries," "Should I Sleep in his Dead Wife's Bed?" and now "The Rise and Fall of a Jewish American Princess".
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A Book of Poems
Available NOW on Amazon
Paintings available for Purchase
Post Hill Press/Simon Schuster
A Novel about Risk, Hollywood, and Controversal Love.
A passionate, sixty-eight-year-old author single-handedly fights ageism in the Hollywood networks and risks her TV series, fame, and fortune—finding controversial true love along the way.
"At last a writer is writing the truth about ageism, Hollywood, creativity, and true love. Love it!" Author: Paula Abdul, Dancer, Choreographer, Actor
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SIMON & SCHUSTER released the new exciting version of
THE VIAGRA DIARIES, May, 2013. Optioned for a TV series!
AUDIO GO PUBLISHERS has released the audio version of the novel.
Published in 13 FOREIGN COUNTRIES!
KIRKUS REVIEW says THE VIAGRA DIARIES is, “a smart, witty, sometimes hilarious coming -of-age novel for and about the boomer generation. This realistic and funny novel will appeal to women of all ages, while men should find it attractively controversial.”
“I love this book! Barbara paints a funny as well as poignant picture of dating, romantic love, parenting an adult daughter, and sex after sixty. Barbara tells the truth and this book vibrates with razor sharp wit!”
Through the eyes of the wonderfully witty, wounded and wistfully romantic Anny Applebaum, we discover a world few authors have dared to enter – the dating lives of the over sixty set. What we find there is humor, heartache and hope. Brooker's prose is poetry. She doesn’t write this story, she paints it in the subtlest, refined colors imaginable.”
“This is a most timely read in regard to how fast-track medication, relationships and communication impact not only who we are and how we behave but also how one manages to keep a healthy perspective.”
— Joan Rivers
— Bradly Bessey, Co-Executive Producer, Entertainment Tonight
— Ed Asner