"At last a writer is writing the truth about ageism, Hollywood, creativity, and true love. Love it!"
— Paula Abdul, Dancer, Choreographer, Actor
"Barbara Rose Brooker is a hoot. Love the book."
— Kathie Lee Gifford, TV host, Singer, Author, Actor
"Barbara Rose Brooker, author of The Viagra Diaries, does it again! Her latest book, Love, Sometimes, delivers the honest truth about ageism in Hollywood networks and her struggles trying to figure where she fits in until she falls in love with a fifty-one-year-old! Barbara's brutally accurate, often funny observations about still trying to matter after sixty is spot-on, thought-provoking, and honest! A great read!"
— Cristina Ferrare, Author, TV host
Barbara Rose Brooker, MA, age activist, teacher, painter, and poet, has published eleven books of fiction and won a National Library Award for her poetry. She has appeared often on The Today Show, The Talk, ET, Andy Cohen, and Watch What Happens Live. Also a columnist, she has published Boomer in the City for the JWeekly and the Huffington Post. Currently she teaches writing at San Francisco State/OLLI, and other venues. She is the founder of agemarch.org, the first march in history to celebrate age pride! She believes that anyone at any age can write and publish a book. She lives in San Francisco, has two daughters, and loves dogs. She is at work on a book of short stories about aging with glamour and never giving up on dreams.