Ageless Authors Anthology is a collection of the finest short stories, essays and poetry, 52 winning entries from our contest exclusively for writers age 65 and older from across the country. The book makes a great present for seniors who want to show they can keep the creative fires burning, their family and friends, and anyone who appreciates good storytelling.
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Petals and Thorns
By Barbara Mott
When you start to read a book, you usually have a pretty good idea what it’s about. In this case, there’s no evidence. It’s just a gathering of things 93-year-old Barbara Mott has written about over the years. Words of wisdom, poems, trips, observances, and life in general. She has lived long enough to collect a treasure of such things.
Th3 Simple Questions: Slice Open Everyday Life
By Jean W. Yeager
Th3 Simple Questions are not answers, they are the tools by which we can probe deeply into our life, love, loss, family, and culture. Author Jean Yeager focuses the questions like a lens on a different part of his life, turns the lens slightly, and is surprised by what appears. This book is an invitation to try it yourself.
Ida Mae Tutweiler and the Traveling Tea Party
By Ginnie Siena Bivona
Brew yourself a nice cup of tea, curl up on the couch with lots of pillows and enjoy. Woven through the tapestry of a life-long friendship is the story of quiet, reserved Ida Mae Tutweiler and flamboyant daytime TV star Jane Tetley. This special edition includes the author’s experiences on the Hollywood Little House on the Prairie set, where a movie based on the novel was filmed. And on the tea tray? Put a box of tissues. You are going to need them.