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“Vicky DeCoster has a quirky, irreverent style in her humor books that is reminiscent of Joan Rivers and a life view that echoes Bombeck.”

Dannye Williamsen, Owner, Breakthrough Bookstore

 Latest addition to the Wacky World of Womanhood series by Vicky DeCoster

Latest addition to the Wacky World of Womanhood series by Vicky DeCoster

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We’ve all had one, whether we like it or not. No, it’s not a bad date, a pimple that will not go away, or an annoying mother-in-law. It’s a childhood. Who hasn’t hung helplessly from the chin-up bar in grade school during the annual Presidential Fitness Test or magically transformed into a forensic pathologist during a frog dissection in seventh grade biology class or, worse yet, endured an uncomfortable birds and bees lesson from their parents?

In her third book in the Wacky Womanhood series, Vicky DeCoster shares her latest compilation of hilarious essays that look back to a simpler time when trying new things was a way of life; bullies ruled like kings; and parents reveled in torturing tiny versions of themselves. As DeCoster recalls her side-splitting childhood, she also shares inspirational life lessons that encourage others to look at their own youth in a completely different way.

From Diapers to Dorkville offers a refreshingly wicked glimpse into one girl’s true adventures as she attempts to gracefully sashay her way into the wacky world of womanhood.

“When I opened From Diapers to Dorkville, I expected a good laugh― but I got a whole lot more than I bargained for. In this book, Vicky handles the trials and tribulations of growing up in a wholesome Midwest family with gut-clenching humor, but seasons each experience with a lesson learned. Some were hysterical, some sad, but all were beautifully touching. Vicky’s latest release goes way beyond a good laugh. It’s a good solid read that I’ll keep on my nightstand for those nights when I want to feel just a little closer to humanity.”
—Lynda Fitzgerald, author of “If Truth Be Told,” “Of Words & Music”, and “LIVE Ringer”

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The second book in the Wacky Womanhood series by Vicky DeCoster

The second book in the Wacky Womanhood series by Vicky DeCoster

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Vicky DeCoster, award-winning humor writer and author of The Wacky World of Womanhood, will have you laughing out loud at the realities of life as a middle-aged woman as she takes you on a hilarious hormonal journey. Any woman tackling the second act of her life can relate to DeCoster’s humorous personal essays as she makes fun of matrimony malfunctions, female fervor, corporate craziness, parenting pandemonium, and aging anatomies. This new-age Erma Bombeck entertains readers with her comical anecdotes on dieting with her husband, the roller coaster of emotions that accompany trying on swimming suits after the age of forty, and the unwelcome neuroses that often occur during parenthood.Husbands, Hot Flashes, and All That Hullabaloo! will leave you with the comforting thought that life is too funny to take seriously!

“Any woman who has experienced hormones, children, or a man in her life will LOVE this book. Vicky DeCoster’s gift for laugh-out-loud storytelling is sensational, timeless, and right on. You’ll be giggling long after you finish the book. Husbands, Hot Flashes, and All That Hullabaloo! is destined to become a classic!”
—Pam Crooks, Harlequin Romance Author

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The first book in the Wacky Womanhood series by Vicky DeCoster

The first book in the Wacky Womanhood series by Vicky DeCoster

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In The Wacky World of Womanhood, Vicky DeCoster shares her humorous personal essays on childhood crises, dating dilemmas, marriage mishaps, parenthood pitfalls, and mid-life mayhem. She entertains readers with such hilarious anecdotes as choosing her first pair of glasses, mending a broken heart, nursing a sick husband back to health, having an affair with her carpet cleaner, suffering through a mid-life crisis, and reviewing the contents of her unmentionables drawer. Vicky DeCoster’s “laugh out loud” stories are true and heartwarming, and offer an inside look at the wacky world of womanhood.

“Vicky DeCoster’s book, The Wacky World of Womanhood, really hits home! The humor is real and keeps the reader engrossed throughout the entire book. (I’ve even wondered at times if she somehow tapped into my head…) A breath of fresh air, and a fabulous must read for ALL women!”
— Tori Lemke, Former Executive Editor, Her Magazine

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Vicky DeCoster’s story “Best or Better” appears in Chicken Soup for the Soul in Menopause

Menopause–a roller coaster of emotions, memory loss, and hot flashes … and that’s just the beginning

Chicken Soup for the Soul in Menopause

Do you keep forgetting where you left the car keys, not to mention the car, or find yourself making mad dashes through the house, stripping off your clothes and heading for the freezer?  How about sneaking a peek at the mirror more often than normal, chasing down all of those distracting chin hairs, or gazing down at your chest, which is slowly heading south?  Well, if this sounds familiar, you have undoubtedly become part of the sisterhood of menopause!

Menopause, in all its glorious phases, is the subject of this laugh-out-loud collection, written by women in mid-life. Millions of women each year fight gray hair, spreading waistlines, and foggy memories as they become part of this sisterhood.  In Chicken Soup for the Soul in Menopause , you’ll gain a fresh perspective and feel empowered through the anecdotes and insights of women just like you!

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