This collection of essays will make you re-think what it means to age.
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This new collection of Crow's Feet essays presents the work of twenty-eight writers who have examined their own experiences and found new meaning in the second half of life.
In personal essays and poems this diverse group of men and women are bringing down old stereotypes as they re-envision the second half of life, from posing nude, to having a boyfriend at 80 or riding horseback through the mountains.
"This book is a testament to the fact that life gets even richer and more rewarding as you grow older." Bonnie DeMoss, Goodreads
"This collection of honest and authentic writings about what it means to age, to be “older” in a society that has forgotten that with age comes wisdom, is a must read for all ages." RLPSHOP, Amazon review
"Seize the time and read this book! A series of short essays that all point to aging as new decades not decline, new possibilities not old dreams. The book and the Medium blog with the same name are a hopeful affirmation of human possibilities, most welcome as 2020 ends." Larry, Amazon review
"These folks can tell us a thing or two about the benefits of aging and how it shouldn’t be feared or dreaded. I’ll be honest, aging is not something I’m looking forward to, but when I see old people out there still doing what they’ve done before, still moving, still active, still LIVING, I can’t fathom how impressed I am." Reads-A-Lot, Amazon review.
"What a wonderful compilation of stories devoted to the aging process." Mary McGrath, Amazon review
"I thoroughly enjoyed these short stories and articles. As someone who is considered middle-aged they are a timely reminder that aging is a natural process to be welcomed not shunned." Amazon review.
"Essay after essay filled with hope and vitality. These interpretations of life after 50 so often ring true and at times inspire to try something entirely new. You can read these essays and then write your own and post it on the Crow’s Feet site, found on Medium." Melissa, Amazon review.