Do you really want to know what it’s like to be a hairdresser?


After being in the hairdressing business for thirty three years I think I’ve learned a thing or two.

My novel, Towel Dry and a Good Cry, a kindle bookis my interpretation of what it’s like to really stand behind the chair.

Being a hairdresser is not just about cutting hair.  Beauty school doesn’t prepare the hairdresser for the real world of dealing with the public and being a confessor.

 Towel Dry and a Good Cry  will walk you through the life of, Josie Capelli, the main character, a new to the business hairdresser in the early eighties, her crazy best friend and her drama filled Italian family.

Hairdressers world-wide would agree it doesn’t matter what country you live in the hairdresser/client dynamic is always the same.

I invite you to join Josie as she navigates her life as a hairdresser in the eighties through laughter and tears in this heartfelt story about truth, trust and love with a tangled web of characters.  Some you’ll love some you’ll hate and some will leave your jaw hanging open!  Watch the book trailer:

And as John Steinbeck so eloquently put it in this quote, is my sentiment exactly.

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