In BEVERLEE BARES ALL: Confessions of a Closet Comedienne I reveal such titillating tidbits  as how my husband and I managed to crash the illustrious Escoffier Room at the Culinary Institute of America  (CIA) without a  reservation; how I overcame a nearly terminal case of "BlackThumb" disease; as well as what my year-long accumulation of junk mail was really worth. "The article Beverlee Bares All recounts the time I was invited to a spa party and my swimsuit wasn't!  Did I or didn't I bare all?

As you peruse more than two dozen cheerfully candid confessions about coping with life's little tribulations—all initially published in the San Diego Union in the 70's and 80's, you'll enjoy hours of appreciative chuckles and more than a dollop of déjà vu as you accompany me down Memory Lane.

You can have this boisterously entertaining E-Book, BEVERLEE BARES ALL: Confessions of A Closet Comedienne, in your hands today for only $4.95!  It is in PDF format, perfect for reading on your computer or or tablet.  Please click on the icon below to pay with PayPal. As soon as I receive  notifcation of your payment, I will email you the BEVERLEE BARES ALL E-Book immediately. 


"All I can tell you is that I'm sitting here with tears running down my cheeks from laughter! I got to page 22 on the first sitting. You are hilarious!  I'm THOROUGHLY enjoying this, Bev! I love you! You are just a kick! :-D "              
                  ~ Lilly, San Marcos, California

I've just finished reading your e-book,"Beverlee Bares All". I couldn't stop for even a cup of coffee. I can relate to everything that you write about. Your bout with the plants reminded me of when I was moving and I announced to my gorgeous healthy plant that I could not take it with me. From that day forward, it began to die and  I never had a green thumb again. Now all my plants are silk. I want to thank you for taking the time to put this all together as I had many out and out laughs. I share with you a love for chocolate and a hatred for garage sales. (Maybe you could send your husband to me for a weekend so that I could get rid of my surplus). Every article throughout the book made me want to continue until I read the whole thing. Now whenever I need a pick-me-up I can turn to it once more. Thank you.  Love and Blessings,
~ Lynne, Grapevine, Texas
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