Dancing Naked... in Fuzzy Red Slippers
Dancing Naked...in Fuzzy Red Slippers isn't about life, but about living life. You'll visit Tobago on a warm summer evening, and Venice at twilight. It isn't a travel book in the usual sense, but does explore interesting landscapes of the mind and heart. It tells of dancing naked in the morning and being late for work. It addresses divorce and the accompanying sorrows and joys. It talks of a homeless woman named Joan and the death of a basset hound named Rufus. It speaks of a near-love experience, and gives instructions on what to do with an extra half-hour you find lying on the ground.
Praise For Dancing Naked... in Fuzzy Red Slippers…
--Heather McNamara, Editor-in-Chief, Chicken Soup for the Soul
“Like fine wine and chocolate...I couldn’t put it down.”
--Sherri Caldwell, author of The Rebel Housewife Rules
“Wise and witty, Rutlen is a true philosopher queen who helps us to discover what we didn’t know we knew about the amazement of being human.”
--Dr. Richard Lederer, best-selling author of Anguished English.
“Humorous, wise, and deep...a delight!”
--The Midwest Book Review
Cypress House, 9781879384538, 204pp.
Publication Date: December 31, 2003