Westborough, MA, June 25, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- 30 Isn’t Old by Colette Petersen is now available at Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble online bookstores. Women all over America have been told that getting older is a bad thing. The bookshelves of stores are full of negative self-help options that tear you down in order to lift you up.
For a woman facing her 30th birthday, these options might make her feel inadequate and useless. This is not help, it is harm. To fight this trend 30 Isn’t Old features real stories of women who are enjoying life at 30 and thriving in their pursuit of happiness and success.
Author, Colette Petersen, interviewed real women from across the country that turned thirty the same year. She learned that women have various ways of defining their success at thirty. Putting aside the debates about the conflict between working mothers and domestic goddesses, Colette approaches the topic from a new and respectful place. She argues that success is both individual and possible.
Instead of burying readers in all the dreams that they lost and all the perfection they haven't achieved, this book offers positive reinforcement of the idea that any woman can define her own success along whatever path she chooses. Above all, the women profiled in this book are proof that 30 Isn't Old.
With the publication of 30 Isn’t Old, women facing their 30th birthdays now have a positive option to counter all the previous negative press about getting older.
6.14 x 9.21 Paperback
Ingram, Baker & Taylor
Outskirts Press, Inc.
Company History: Colette Petersen is a freelance writer with three years experience. She is a graduate of Kennesaw State University’s Master of Arts in Professional Writing program and she has written articles for several magazines and websites including: I Do for Brides, Seacoast Bride and eHow.com.