Is Forty Really The New Thirty?
If So, Then How Come All Those Thirty-Year Olds Don't Want To Party With You?
You Don't Look Young for your Age is a collection of humorous essays by Bruce Freedman. Illustrated by Dusty Hanson and Steven K Von Kampen, it combines social observations with personal anecdotes to poke fun at mainstream thinking.
Tackling a wide range of subjects, first time Canadian author Bruce Freedman surmises that conventional wisdom is as wrong as you may think it’s right. Whether its pondering yoga practitioners' popular perception that being stretchy is the path to greater spirituality or uncovering the underhanded plot by parents to fool single folk into having children, the book uses humour and uncanny insight to expose our self-serving notions. What ties all the chapters together is the inescapable realization that wrong can also be right.
Bruce Freedman lived in Hong Kong for fifteen years, working initially as an investment analyst and later a hedge fund manager. Disillusioned by the mega bucks he earned for staring at a computer screen, he returned to his native Canada and (much to his mother’s chagrin) embarked on a journey as a humour writer. He soon learned that this means minor bucks for staring at that same computer screen. Disillusioned by his disillusionment, Bruce combined his talents and is now working on an investment book, a humorous 'How-To' primer for those looking to finally understand those buzzword-laden conversations with their financial advisors — or learn to do it themselves. His writings can be seen in numerous publications including The Globe & Mail, Listed Magazine and Canadian Jewish News. Contact him here. you look young for your age