Billie Best is an entertaining writer, authentic and relatable, with a weekly blog at billiebest.com and two books published in 2020. Her memoir “How I Made a Huge Mess of My Life (or Couples Therapy with a Dead Man)” combines poignant insight and delightful humor to describe her passage from her 40s to her 60s. Her collection of essays and short stories “I Could Be Wrong: 50+ Blog Posts, Short Reads, Big Laughs, Wit & Wisdom” relays bursts of gut punching truth in a fresh perspective on life beyond 60. Currently she resides in Oregon with her boyfriend and her dog.

“I Could Be Wrong” is a mini vacation for your mind. From the author of “How I Made a Huge Mess of My Life (or Couples Therapy with a Dead Man)” Billie Best’s collection of essays and short stories entertains with bursts of gut punching humor, wit and wisdom on topics ranging from menopause to downsizing and dating. Authentic and relatable, her bite-sized reflections on life beyond 60 will have you laughing out loud. Previously published as a weekly blog, each post in the book is refreshed with an illustration by Brenda Rose. 

Billie Best’s memoir “How I Made a Huge Mess of My Life (or Couples Therapy with a Dead Man)” is a provocative, at times hilarious, account of her midlife mistakes and misadventures, and how they build her strength as she copes with her soul mate turned cheating husband who wants his death to be performance art, his doppelganger mistress who wants to steal her identity, and the financial collapse of the farm she loves. An inspiring tale of a woman’s rites of passage from her 40s to her 60s when everything in her life changes.

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Read Billie Best’s blog Beyond 60 — Loving Life, Staying Relevant at billiebest.com