"Canada's Bridget Jones" Gabrielle Bauer shares her journey of self-recognition in her memoirs of a life as a square peg in a round hole.
Waltzing the Tango: A Late Boomer Dances to the Wrong Tune
Bauer's hilarious memoir tells the story of her life as a square peg in a round hole. It's a tale most women will not only identify with, but will also laugh along with - occasionally with the painful pangs of self-recognition.
Tokyo, My Everest: A Canadian Woman in Japan
By either folly or design, Gabrielle Bauer finds herself on a plane bound for Tokyo, leaving her career, home, and husband behind.
Gabrielle Bauer's previous book, Tokyo, My Everest, won the Japan-Canada Book Prize in 1997. Gabrielle writes frequently for Chatelaine, Canadian Living, and Reader's Digest. She has had various pieces published in The Globe and Mail. She lives in Toronto with her husband and two children.