Savannah Aries is a passionate, contemporary woman of a certain age, who has discovered that a healthy sense of humor and adventure is required to "stay in the game" of love. Savannah decided to claim and advocate Pleasure As A Higher Calling. In this first collection of intimate short stories, she invites us into her world and shares her thoughts and feelings about the lusty new lease on life she discovers when she decides to Wake Up. From the first story of becoming an inadvertent cougar, to her humorous forays into the virtual online dating world of love and sex, and her inventive ways of coping with the annoyances of air travel, Savannah entertains us with both the details of her amorous encounters and the unique philosophy she has come to embrace. Savannah's humorous perspective is peppered with a bit of well deserved angst, as she attempts to unravel and make sense of life's most enduring mystery: The luscious story of Love.
Cassandra loves going to antique shops. During her visit to a newly opened antique shop, Past Pleasures, she finds more than antiques at the shop. She finds happy memories, plus a trail of blood. What will happen, and how will her love life change? Whoever said senior citizens can't have a little excitement, mystery, and romance? Tony could never get ahead. His father was always criticizing him. He had a plan to free himself from his father. Too bad for him that he told his best friends about his plan. Life doesn't always go as planned for Tony, Cassandra a widow, nor the Sergeant of the police force. This mystery keeps everyone guessing until the end with bits of past memories and a sweet romance. Even seniors have their moments!
Poetry gives us knowledge. It is knowledge of us in relation to the world of experience, and to that world considered, not statistically, but in terms of human purposes and values. The modern life styles, my experiences gathered in real life, the sensations of human beings... I have tried to paint those feelings through my poetry. I enjoy writing short stories. My poems are the snapshots of my short stories.
It is estimated that 43% of women in childbearing years have experienced an abortion. The issue for many of these women goes beyond politics, banner waving, and shouting matches. It is a personal decision that was made that often leaves the woman with emotions she never expected. In "A Surrendered Life," Pat Layton shares her personal story, along with those of others, to guide women who have had abortions--and those who love these women--toward their own faith-based healing journeys. "A Surrendered Life" offers eight steps to freedom, healing, and hope: 1. Where Have You Come From2. Sharing the Secret3. Walking in Truth4. A Time for Anger5. Forgiveness: The Key to Freedom6. From Grief to the Great Exchange7. The Peace of Release8. Sharing the Journey
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