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Changing Shoes: Getting Older - Not Old - with Style, Humor, and Grace Changing Shoes: Getting Older - Not Old - with Style, Humor, and Grace

by Tina Sloan

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"When Tina and I first started in soaps we were both the young temptresses. In her fabulous and entertaining book, Changing Shoes, she shows us that even though our roles as actress, wife, daughter, and mother may change as time goes on, with the right attitude -- and shoes -- we can stay sexy and relevant and take on new challenges, whether we're dancing with the stars or climbing Mount Kilimanjaro."
--Susan Lucci, Emmy-winning star of All My Children

"Tina Sloan LOVES shoes -- what woman doesn't!  But her feeling that the right pair makes you feel really special becomes a clever metaphor for stepping into life's ups and downs with a healthy attitude.  Changing Shoes is a breezy, thoughtful perspective on how to enjoy life fully."
-- Arie L. Kopelman, vice chairman of Chanel, Inc.

"For twenty years I watched the glamorous Tina Sloan play Nurse Lillian Raines on Guiding Light.  Little did I know that as she retired into middle age, she'd write a book with an irresistible title.  (How could Tina know shoes are my weak point and greatest indulgence?)  Changing Shoes, which discusses the challenges of getting older with dignity, style, and humor, is now my latest indulgent weakness.  I love the casual philosophies herein.  A terrific book for any woman who thinks she can't go on without Botox."
-- Liz Smith

"Exhilarating! Tina's life is relatable to women of all ages as shes struggles and overcomes life's challenges by simply refusing to give up and by wearing the right pair of shoes."
-- Annette de la Renta