A nationally published writer, columnist and author as well as a voiceover and video talent/producer, Heather's focus is on creative communication and human connection. Helping others to tap into their talents and "launch" is a primary passion, and Heather's public speaking and radio/TV interview topics include life launching; divorce, dating and relationships; healthcare patient responsibility and work/family issues.
Her newest book "Date Like a Grownup: Anecdotes, Admissions of Guilt & Advice Between Friends," examines the impact of loneliness and social obsolescence on men and women in their second single lives, and provides punctuating proof that looking for love from a place of isolation is as unwise as grocery shopping on an empty stomach.
Other books include: "Pickup in Aisle Twelve," a witty romp through the absurdities of mid-life dating and "Stuffing Sandwiches Down My Shirt: Strategies and Inspiration for Crutch Users." "Profile on Page Nine" will be released in 2014.
Links to books and audio/video clips can be found at her main website: http://www.heatherdugan.com, and she enjoys connecting with readers via social media and on her websites. Passionately curious, Heather is both a dedicated traveler and lifelong learner. She resides in Central Ohio with her children and a wayward chocolate lab, is slightly addicted to the outdoors and would never let her passport expire. She considers humor to be her best accessory.
Where to find Heather Dugan online
Stuffing Sandwiches Down My Shirt... Strategies and Inspiration for Crutch Users
by Heather Dugan
An upbeat approach to one-footed living, "Stuffing Sandwiches Down My Shirt: Strategies and Inspiration for Crutch Users" delivers practical ideas for maximizing the temporary challenges associated with a casted leg and crutch use. The author, a single mom of three, found humor to be critical in making her post-op recovery time a fulfilling and, surprisingly, fun experience.
Pickup In Aisle Twelve
by Heather Dugan
(4.00 from 1 review)
After a would-be suitor tails her to a grocery store checkout, Angie Wharton decides to take the offense before love passes her by. Easy access to her sister's dinner table have kept her on the sidelines, but her brother-in-law's patience and supplies of cabernet are running low. Next stop? Match.com.
Lipstick? Check. Eye contact? More or less. Awkward moments? Uh huh. Love...?
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