Cover Reveal — Meno-What? A Memoir – Memorable Moments of Menopause


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Some of you may have noticed I have been sparse these past few weeks. It’s that busy time once again getting my new book — MENO-WHAT? A Memoir Memorable Moments of Menopause. ready to put out into the world.

It is all the fine-tuning that involves such intricate detail, time for revisions and editors and more revisions. Time to make sure your book cover shines and portrays perfectly what the book is about. And time, again to revise to make sure everything is just right before formatting to prepare for publication.

These are the times when the days turn into nights without notice. The times we find it hard to squeeze in time to even cook a meal, let alone get dressed.

By mid-May, I will be happy to share my new book with all of you. At this time, I would like to share my cover reveal here with the book description listed below.

I was inspired to write this book to show a lighter side of this sizzling phase of life by providing some deja vu moments for some women who have done the dance and to share with others who have yet to experience it, some of the crazy rides menopause can take us on.

Big thanks to my Book Cover Artist and Designer: Yvonne Less,


“I often found myself drifting off the course of normal with a sudden twist of bitch.”


From PMS to menopause to what the hell?

D.G. adds a touch of humor to a tale about a not-so-humorous time. While bidding farewell to her dearly departing estrogen, D.G. struggles to tame her raging hormones of fire, relentless dryness, flooding and droughts, and other unflattering symptoms.

Join D.G. on her meno-journey to slay the dragons of menopause as she tries to hold on to her sanity, memory, hair, and so much more!


D.G. Kaye ©2014

Meno book cover

34 thoughts on “Cover Reveal — Meno-What? A Memoir – Memorable Moments of Menopause

  1. Quite a catchy cover, Debby. I like it. I have not really experienced the entire aspect of this entire situation. I needed to get a complete hysterectomy and was put on the patch. When I went off the patch, that is when things started happening. Not fun for sure.


    1. Thanks for your comment on the cover Drew :). Yes, I’ve known a few of those ‘patch’ women and heard some unpleasant things they experienced, lol or not. 🙂


  2. I’ve missed you posts; good to have you back. In response to the change; when my wife went through it, i went with her. It was difficult for both of us. I would recommend the ladies to educate their husbands as to the things that will be happening, or may be happening. There are times when nothing seems to make sense. Stay in prayer. Be sure to remember your marriage vows. Blessings to you, my siste,

    Senior Pastor/Equipping the Saints
    Philip 3:10, “That I May Know Him”


    1. Thanks again P, and yes, I tried to add a bit of humor in my book. I often speak of my husband and how he just learned when to stay out of my way. 🙂


  3. I love the fire team—reminds me of hot flashes, which I suppose that was the point. I’m anxious to read your book. It sounds like a fun read. What a great way to let go of that part of your life. I wish you all the best and am certain many women will be interested in reading this book. It’s such a hot topic. 🙂


    1. Thanks again Carol. And thanks for the info for the Writer’s Union submission. I am just in edits for that submission and have taken some highlight issues from my book and condensed it for submission. I really hope it’s accepted!


      1. Yeah. I feel like a rag doll. My sinuses are still acting up, but I won’t miss my place in line. Will make appointment tomorrow if day doesn’t start off great.


      1. How Wonderful dear DG…
        The book sounds catchy and provocative…
        And the cover is so amazing, with those flames… Really… I can’ t wait to purchase It, my friend…
        You Will rock It, I am sure…
        Best wishes to you and also thanks to ChristyBee for the mention.
        Aquileana 🙂


      2. Thanks for your awesome praises sweet Aqui. It’s always a privilege to have you drop by and leave your words of encouragement! xo 🙂


  4. Hot cover. Menopause was an easy transition for me, but the transitions keep on coming. I also love the line: “sudden twist of bitch.” Glad you’re on your way with this one book. There are lots of women of a certain age, and if they aren’t there, they were or will be.


    1. Thanks Elaine. Yes, I thought it was a topic worth writing about. Many will have “aha” moments and many others will get a sneak peek. It’s written in a light-hearted manner, things to expect and different things I did to overcome some of the ‘dragons’. 🙂


  5. Yes those days turn into nights and nights turn into days when you’re that close to the finish line. I so wish I knew all I know now while trying to publish my first book. But we live and learn and eat lots of grapes.

    Looks like a best seller to me, Can’t wait to read. Love the cover, it’s perfect!


    1. Thanks so much Annie. It almost seems we crossed paths as karma. We both write about women’s issues, albeit your writing most definitely has more of a ‘sexy’ flare to it. xo


  6. D.G, Sexy flare is one way of putting it, lol..But both issues are important.

    I feel the same way, Somewhere along the line our paths have crossed. I’m so glad we have re-connected. Hugs coming your way. xo..


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