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The Art of Living Well
Joan Collins

Looking Good, Feeling Great

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November 2006
On Sale: October 30, 2006
224 pages
ISBN: 1402209428
EAN: 9781402209420
Hardcover
$24.95
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Non-Fiction Memoir | Self-Help

Joan Collins is quite simply one of the most glamorous women in the world. In The Art of Living Well, she reveals the secrets of how to look amazing whatever your age. Joan shares many of her life experiences and the methods she has learned about how to deal with the bad and the good things in life. She will show you how to feel better about yourself inside and consequently you will look better.

The Art of Living Well includes:
--Glamour and how to achieve it. Joan writes about the women she admires, including Audrey Hepburn, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Ava Gardner, Marlene Dietrich and her own mother.
--Exercise. Joan's program is suitable for women of all ages. She is photographed step-by-step as she works out with her daughter, Katy. Looking good takes discipline and organization and Joan does these exercises several times a week wherever she is in the world.
--Joan's make-up secrets. Joan is photographed from bare faced to fully made up. She reveals tricks she learned from leading Hollywood make-up artist Whitey Snyder, who also worked closely with Marilyn Monroe.
--Relationships, love and sex. Joan speaks frankly about "everyone's favorite subject," including her relationship and marriage with Percy Gibson, tips on finding the right man and her views on sexual freedom for women. --The art of assertiveness. How to speak your mind, how to say no and mean it and how to avoid being manipulated. Also, Joan's views on financial independence and how she handles difficult people and situations.
--Achieving happiness. Joan has seen many highs and lows in her life and she reveals what makes her happy, how she handles conflict and bad times, plus her personal advice for happiness.

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Extra - June 25, 2007
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The View - November 1, 2006
Good Morning America - October 24, 2006

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