An award-winning Mining Journal columnist presents a witty slant on life in Upper Michigan.
For several years, Marquette resident Deb Pascoe had worked as an assistant editor/columnist for the Mining Journal, Upper Michigan’s largest newspaper. Her columns have won several awards, including honors from the Michigan Associated Press.
This Book is a collection of her best work. Deb’s dry, penetrating wit will bring smiles and chuckles as she presents her views on the ‘benefits’ of old age, U.P. weather, the perils of pregnancy, carrying on conversations with her dog, sensible New Years resolutions, non-obsessive housekeeping, and women’s fashions.
For nostalgic buffs Deb brings back memories of vinyl records, childhood books and bikes, and dodge ball. On a more serious side she also tackles thought-provoking issues like reality shows, the sincerity of our politicians, and teen drinking.
Whatever your lifetime experiences have been, you’re certain to smile and nod in agreement at many views expressed by Deb Pascoe in “Life With a View”.
“Writing with no-nonsense eloquence, Deb Pascoe mines for clarity of truth so easily overlooked or avoided as we go about living day to day. She strips away the gray areas with a direct style that inspires.”
-Dave Edwards, former editor of the Mining Journal
“With gentle wit and a perceptive outlook, Deb Pascoe shares stories and insights about family life that will make you laugh, make you cry, and most of all, make you think. Deb ROCKS!”
-Renee Prusi, Mining Journal reporter/columnist