OCEANSIDE, NY, April 23, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Amazon KDP has joined with a former writer for the classic sitcom "Family Ties" and New York Times freelancer to release an e-satire called "How a 52-Year-Old Neurotic Survived 24 Hours without Health Insurance (And You Can, Too!)," for the 77 million baby boomers
in the United States who are on the verge of mental and financial collapse as a result of the implementation of Obamacare.
Wendy Aron, the author of a comic memoir about depression published by an award-winning independent press, and a humorist who Hadassah magazine has called, "perhaps more neurotic than Woody Allen and just as funny
," has created the rant, which can be downloaded here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J0AW9OQ
Early reviews have been enthusiastic:
"Aron (ok, different spelling), like a true sibling of Moses, leads us not across the Red Sea but across that much scarier abyss of the Health Insurance Gap, with a canny survivalist's Churchillian spirit and the refusal to give in. Come sweat it out with her and laugh yourself comatose as her trials resonate with anyone who doesn't happen to have a trust fund." -- H. Robert Greenbaum, VP and Creative Director of Gale Martin Advertising
"Snarky, glib, and filled with more one liners than a Henny Youngman monologue, this is a tale of the quest for normalcy in a dysfunctional system. It will tickle your funny bone and your political indignation." -- Judith T. Krauthamer, author of Sound Rage
Aron currently writes for Psychology Today magazine. In 2003, prior to Newsweek's takeover by the Moonies, she was one of only 52 writers in the country selected to contribute to the publication's weekly "My Turn" column. Aron's 2008 memoir received a starred review from Booklist and positive notices in School Library Journal and ForeWord.
Samples of her work are available here: http://www.wendyaron.com