Jeanne Bice is funny, vivacious, and larger than life. She's also a self-made woman. Ten years ago, when she began selling her line of "Quacker Factory" brand clothing on QVC, she barely had two pennies to rub together. But from the moment she hit the airwaves, she became one of the network's most popular guests. While her sparkly, whimsical sweaters drew raves, viewers really tuned in for Jeanne herself--for her wit and wisdom, and for her inspiring story of pulling herself up--well, by her bra straps. Now Jeanne has compiled her signature stories and the lessons she's learned into a quirky, quacky book that will resonate with her fans--thousands of women who call themselves "Quackers" and greet one another by saying, "Quack, quack, quack!" Each chapter is a colorful lesson told in Jeanne's folksy, endearing voice, with advice like "If you can't lose it, decorate it!" and "Take a leap--and grow your wings on the way down." Reading these stories will lift your spirits, bring a smile to your face, and empower you to make your dreams come true.
Jeanne Bice is the founder and proprietor of the Quacker Factory clothing company. Once an amateur crafter, Bice had to turn her hobby into a business when her husband died, leaving her with two children to raise. Discovered during a QVC entrepreneur hunt, Bice's clothing is now one of the most popular lines sold on the channel. She lives in Boca Raton, Florida. You can learn more about Jeanne and the Quacker Factory at www.quackerfactory.com.