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Later Bloomers: 35 Folks Over Age 35 Who Found Their Passion and Purpose

Later Bloomers: 35 Folks Over Age 35 Who Found Their Passion and Purpose

Debra Eve

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I would recommend this book to men or women, especially those who are stuck in a rut, maybe they lost their job and are having a tough time marketing themselves for a new job, and especially for empty nesters. Happy reading!

Lola Gail

Are you a late-blooming adult? Congratulations, you’re in remarkable company!

Julia Child savored her first French meal at age 36. It changed her life and ours – there’d be no Food Network without her! Edgar Rice Burroughs sold his stories Tarzan and John Carter of Mars at 37. The latter will be a major movie next year, a century later. Bertha Benz learned how to drive at 39. She made the world’s first road trip. Susan Boyle electrified the world with her singing voice at age 48. English character actress Liz Smith got her first break at 49. She recently co-starred with Johnny Depp.

Bram Stoker wrote Dracula at age 50. There’s a granny who took up hip-hop dancing at age 64, one who became a famous nightclub DJ at 68, and one who her ran her first marathon at age 86. She’s still running.

These are some of the fascinating people you’ll meet in this compilation. In the garden of life, a “late-blooming” flower blossoms right on time!

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Missionary Memories

Missionary Memories

Ron Dingee

Price: FREE

Ron Dingee has woven a fascinating story about missionary work and life in third world countries that I have never experienced. But through Ron’s descriptive words he took me there. I was inspired by the work Ron and his family have done for the unfortunate. The book reveals and reminds the reader how fortunate we are. Thank you for taking me to these exotic places and allowing me to meet so many wonderful characters. I recommend this book to anyone who needs inspiration in their life.

JUDY HOWARD

Based on true stories, “Missionary Memories” recalls the life of a 93 year old father whose son attempts to learn more about his father and, in doing so, hears for the first time, many extraordinary stories of his father’s experiences as a part-time medical missionary that took him from his dental practice in western PA to a remote village in western Africa, Latin America, Haiti, Mexico, and Thailand. The book contains many stories of the father’s missionary experiences, and details the difficult lives of the people he visited, and the hardships they faced not having medical or dental care. The story also recounts many of the difficulties his son had dealing with his father’s declining health, and the complexities of today’s health care system eventually ending in hospice care. The son anguishes over many of the decisions he had to make until a friend, who had recently lost her husband, gives him some good advice. The book ends when the son finds a letter the father had written giving him final instructions for his life.

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"It's Not My Mountain Anymore"

“It’s Not My Mountain Anymore”

Barbara Woodall (Author), Laurie Brunson-Altieri (Editor)

Price: FREE

I read lots of books. Some will stay with me forever, leaving a mark on my heart from stirred memories of back in the day when life was lived through diligence and solid work ethics and shared community. I will remember this book and have been changed by reading it, as I remembered the legacy of my ancestors who were mountain people. This book was written from the heart and in turn touched mine with its simplicity and boldness. Some books are the real deal…this is one of them.

Gwen Mansini

According to some old timers the name “Appalachian” is derived from the Apalachee Indians living here long ago and means, “People of the Other Side.” It both describes and defines my people well.

Set in the heart of our beloved Foxfire Book country in the North Georgia Mountains and written from the heart of a Foxfire veteran. Barbara Taylor Woodall’s authentic mountain voice will moisten eyes and bring plenty of laughter, appreciation, love and loss to reader’s hearts.

Visit a vanishing Appalachian culture and taste the harsh realities of change.

Sales support mountain culture preservation.

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