Changing Shoes

Changing Shoes

After twenty-six years starring as nurse Lillian Raines on the hit soap opera Guiding Light, Tina Sloan knows a thing or two about surviving the pitfalls of growing older in front of the world. From depleted storylines, to transitioning from sizzling screen diva to a mature grandmother Changing Shoes shows that even TV grandmothers can have style and flair. Drawing from the lessons she has learned in her own life, Tina candidly shares her endearing, sensitive, and often funny, story of crossing into her next phase of her life. And, in doing so, she offers important tips on how to embrace womanhood with ease.

Title:Changing Shoes
ISBN:9781101443330
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  • Machiavelli  M

    If you've ever wondered what it will be like getting older and you need a glimpse into your future self, Tina Sloan's Changing Shoes is surely your plug. Fans of Guiding Lights will also find this pie...

  • Fauzia Fatchan

    If I may add a subtitle to this book it would be : Changing Shoes, A Distinguished Autobiography of Tina Sloan.After being impressed by Tina’s fiction work, Chasing Cleopatra, I am truly more impres...

  • Yvonne

    I confess I am not a fan of soap operas, so it was ironic that I should unwittingly choose to read a book by soap opera celebrity. Tina Sloan [the Lillian Raines of Guiding Light] has a witty and enga...

  • Gracia

    Never watched the soap opera but I found the book interesting and a mixed bag of emotions. I was fascinated especially by the concept of the different shoes we have to wear during different times and ...

  • Romila

    Read Tina Sloan for the first time and glad it did not turn out be a bad read. In the book Changing Shoes author Tina takes us through life which is exciting, beautiful, but also upsetting in the same...

  • Suzanne

    I read this book because I loved her character in Guiding Light, and wanted to hear more scoops about the soap opera. I really enjoyed this book for different reasons. She has had a pretty interesting...

  • Elizabeth

    I loved this book. It gives an insight into the phases in a woman's life and the possible challenges that women face as they age and grow older. The book is engaging as well as humorous. As a younger ...

  • Natalie548

    I was a long time fan of GL, so I was interested in Tina Sloan's book. It was mildly disappointing. It didn't enlighten me much on the changes a women goes through in her 50's. It was mostly about her...

  • disneypal

    I am a fan of Tina Sloan’s and was a big Guiding Light fan (watched it my entire life until it ended)I especially enjoyed her recollections of her work on GL and it brought back so many memories for...

  • Jenny Karraker

    I never watched this soap opera, and I'm not into fashionable shoes, but I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Turning 60 myself and working in a youth-oriented company, I also found myself being ignored a...