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Lois W. Stern, Author Of Tick, Tock, Stop The Clock, Featured On The Authors Show Radio
Nationally known author and expert on both surgical and non-surgical aesthetic enhancement techniques details how you can get pretty on your lunch hour - without the knife.
In this interview Lois provides advice taken from her book, Tick Tock, Stop the Clock – Getting Pretty on Your Lunch Hour, to help women venture along their individual paths to beauty. The book features chapters by 11 highly renowned experts on topics ranging from the newest in lasers, fillers and dermal devices to optimum skin care products to meet specific facial landscape needs, details on the arsenal of techniques used by skilled cosmetic dentists, solutions for thinning hair, make-up illusions, body sculpting techniques and more. This book is designed to help every woman seeking sound advice on appearance related topics become an educated consumer so that she can make good decisions for herself.
"In this time of economic downturn, I think it is important for people to understand that you don’t necessarily need to go under the knife to achieve many of your beauty goals,” stated Ms. Stern. “Not everyone has the budget for big time appearance related expenditures. One of the key strengths of Tick Tock, Stop the Clock – Getting Pretty on Your Lunch Hour is that many chapters address the issue of spending wisely, withhonest, reliable advice on cost saving strategies to get the job done.”
Tick Tock, Stop the Clock is filled with accurate information written in a clear, easy-to-read format, complete with helpful charts and before/after photos of actual patients/clients. The goal is to present the best-of-the-
Stern explained that she came to the realization that there was a need for a book with this type content while doing presentations for her earlier book, Sex, Lies and Cosmetic Surgery.
“Each time I did a presentation, invariably at least one member of the audience would ask me questions about some of the less invasive paths to beauty. I wanted to help, but truly didn’t feel qualified. That’s when I got the idea to recruit respected professionals from a variety of disciplines to help with this project. I am so proud of each and every one of them. They certainly put their hearts and minds into their chapters and delivered beautifully.”
Lois has two websites with more information about her books – each with a URL similar to one of her book titles: www.sexliesandcosmeticsurgery.com and www.ticktockstoptheclock.com In addition, she and her colleague, Patty Kovacs, host of the Health and Beauty Revolution Show, have created a joint website filled with compelling information at: www.coast2coastbeauty.com where they offer a free monthly newsletter on timely topics.
“It is difficult to keep pace with all the developments in aesthetic techniques and technologies and to separate those that are really worthy of recognition from those that are more hype or simply slight variations dressed up in new terminology. Our Coast to Coast ~ Eye on Beauty newsletter and website are dedicated to educating and informing women toward achieving the goal of ageless beauty. A newsletter sign-up form and free gift offer is available at each of these websites.”
Tick Tock, Stop the Clock
Lois W. Stern
Lois W. Stern
Infinity Publishing (610) 941-9999
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After retirement from education, Lois Stern continued to pursue her love for writing, and soon became co-editor of a Long Island Internet web-zine, LI EYE. As she created and authored the column Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives, she discovered her special niche of investigative journalism, and put those same talents to work in her book, Sex, Lies and Cosmetic Surgery, where she was able to gain the trust of over one hundred women while interviewing them about some of the most intimate aspects of their lives.
Stern received a Bachelor of Science degree from Barnard College of Columbia University, where she majored in Sociology. She holds one Masters Degree in Elementary Education and a second in Reading and Special Education. Her new book, Tick Tock Stop the Clock, has just been released.