See the world of antiques dealing and collecting from the standpoint of a happy-go-lucky dealer who manages to get herself into ridiculously comic situations--from accidentally setting off the burglar alarm at the mall to creating uproars at outdoor flea markets to fleeing from irate vendors at antiques shows. And always being rescued by her long-suffering husband, known as TMIM--The Man I Married. Joan Sween is a novelist, playwright, and humorist. She is also an antiques dealer who sees the funny side of the business. For eight years she has written the humor column for Minnesota's antiques newspaper, "The Old Times." This book is a collection of 50 columns from the first years. --like antiques, they increase in value as the years go by.
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About the Author
For 11 years Joan has written humor columns for Minnesota’s state-wide antiques newspaper, The Old Times. Her books, Nice Girls Don’t Bite, Deathblow, and Dealer’s Choice can be found on Amazon.com. Some of her 20 plays can be found at Eldridge Plays and Musicals. She is currently seeking a theatre that will produce her latest play, The First Woman, which deals with the defense of Mary Surratt, the first woman executed by the U.S. Government for her participation in the conspiracy to assassinate President Lincoln.