Suzanne Somers Three-Piece Autobiography Book Collection
“365 Ways to Change Your Life” Book
“Keeping Secrets” Book
“After the Fall” Book
Black Mesh Tote Bag
About “365 Ways to Change Your Life”
Hardcover with jacket, 324 pages
In this remarkable, uplifting book, best-selling author and beloved TV personality Suzanne Somers tackles everyday worries, doubts, and conflicts with practical answers and spiritual affirmations that lead the reader down the path to resolution, inner strength, and, ultimately, a happy and enriched life. As a sought-after lecturer and favorite commencement speaker, Suzanne often speaks to standing-room-only audiences about her own hard-won wisdom - wisdom distilled from a lifetime of transforming negatives into positives.
With her usual warmth and candor, Suzanne guides her readers through each week with stories from her own journey and plenty of advice, including how to find joy in your life every day by appreciating the simple things, how to turn obstacles into opportunities and learn from mistakes, and how to realize the dreams you’d put aside, or even given up on. In this daily course of affirmations, meditations, and miracles, Suzanne Somers has created the perfect companion for anyone who’s looking to change his or her life but doesn’t quite know where to begin.
About “Keeping Secrets”
Hardcover with jacket, 297 pages
This is a story of hope and courage, of a family ravaged by the disease of alcoholism, and of the almost impossible odds they had to overcome to get well. It is also the story of an adult child of an alcoholic, who thought she had escaped from the nightmare when she left her parents house, but who was just as severely affected by the alcohol as her drinking father and siblings.
Suzanne had stormy growth into young womanhood: becoming an unprepared teenage mother, breaking up with her first husband, watching her son nearly die in a car accident, falling passionately in love with the successful, married man who was ultimately to become her husband, and landing the part in the movie that was to launch her into stardom. This is a book with a joyful, real-life happy ending, a book that tells the estimated twenty-eight million adult children of alcoholics in this country that they, like the author, can triumph over the sometimes invisible grip of alcoholism, and that they no longer have to live their lives keeping secrets.
About “After the Fall”
Hardcover with jacket, 305 pages
In this moving and inspiring follow-up to her best-selling memoir, Keeping Secrets, Suzanne Somers revisits her years before and after Three's Company and reveals with fearless self-examination how the dizzying rise and fall of her television career mirrored the chaos and conflict in her personal life.
With her usual candor and perspective, Suzanne offers a never-before-seen look at the competition, jealousy, and greed that accompanies a hit TV show. As the lovable Chrissy Snow, Suzanne Somers became the toast of Hollywood, with all its glittery perks. Yet all was not perfect, she confesses. Simultaneously, her professional success and her relationship with her husband, the love of a lifetime, were being sorely tested as they attempted to blend their families together and were forced to deal with the anger and resentment of their mutual children.
When she became the first female star to ask for the same pay as male television stars, Suzanne was fired from Three's Company and the once welcoming doors to the most powerful offices in Hollywood slammed shut. For the better part of the next decade, she was unofficially banned from television because of this incident.
In this insightful memoir, Suzanne tells all, from the heady days of stardom to her fall from grace and the grief that followed, to her eventual resurrection as an entrepreneur, best-selling author, and, once again, beloved TV star. Every reader who's ever experienced loss or felt a great opportunity slip through his or her fingers can relate to Suzanne's story of how she fought back, won control over her own destiny, and learned lessons along the journey.