Chouette, une ride !

CHOUETTE SITEchouette-en-pocheJusqu’à présent, ma vie était hyper plan-plan.
Genre marmots, boulot, dodo, sauf que pour moi, le boulot ça se passe à la maison, scotchée à un clavier d’ordinateur.
Ben oui, mon job, c’est écrivain (célèbre).
Mais dernièrement, tout a basculé  : un beau gosse dans la rue m’a appelée « madame », il m’a fallu une traduction simultanée pour comprendre ce que me disait une ado, un vendeuse mielleuse m’a suggéré une crème anti-âge, j’ai surpris des copines en train de trafiquer leur date de naissance.
Et là, d’un coup, j’ai réalisé que j’avais déjà trente-six ans.
C’est à dire, techniquement, presque quarante.
Donc bientôt cinquante.
A votre avis, je fais quoi ? Je déprime, ou je positive ?

« Agnès Abécassis est certainement un des seuls écrivains français dont l’humour peut rivaliser avec celui de ses consoeurs anglo-saxonnes. »  Prima3
« C’est absolument génial de chez génial ! » magsante2

Chouette, une ride ! – aux éditions CALMANN-LEVY et LE LIVRE DE POCHE.

Traduit en République Tchèque Republique tchèque aux éditions Motto.

** GREAT, A WRINKLE ! **

Until now, my life was really easy-going.
Kind of kids, work, sleep, except that for me, the work takes place at home, scotch-taped to a computer’s keyboard.
Well, yes, my job, it’s (famous) writer.
But recently, everything tipped over : a handsome boy in the street called me « madam », I needed a simultaneous translation to understand what said to me a teenager, a honeyed seller suggested me an anti-aging cream, I surprised friends forging their date of birth.
And suddenly, I realized that I was already thirty six years old. That is, technically, almost forty. Thus soon fifty.
In your opinion, what should I do ? I depress, or I’m positive ?

In search of something that will spice up your life ? Here is the story of Anoushka, a hilarious read that teach you that life goes on and still surprises you, at any age of your life.
Anoushka writes thrillers. She thoughts she was pretty young, until a humiliating series of tiny events brought her to the devastating realization that she had hit 36. Technically, that’s almost 40. Therefore, pushing 50.
Mired in dull day-to-day existence, Anoushka starts to feel she’s suffocating. Her carefree youth now seems so distant.
When her cousin marries a man in a far-flung corner of the country, she and her best-friend set off to attend the wedding.
The two women take advantage of the escape to regress into adolescence, until a strikingly handsome mysterious man saves Anoushka from drowning in the swimming pool and offers to give her and her friend a ride to their hotel. But the ride ends up taking much longer than expected…

« Agnès Abécassis is certainly one of the only french writers whom humor can compete with the humor of her Anglo-Saxon colleagues. » – (Prima Magazine)
« It’s absolutly brilliant ! » – (Magazine de la Santé, on french TV Channel 5)