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Book: Lead Me Not Into Temptation; I Can Find it Myself - Grandma Goes Online by K.C. Konrad
A google search--"sex in your seventies" begins this humorous story about senior single relationships. In spite of many self-doubts and second thoughts, Kayla goes online over a one year period in search of a compatible companion. Follow her journey as she meets five men, telling about each encounter as it takes place (yes, the author did the research herself). Find out how Kayla turns her [...]
 
Book: Elephants in the Room by Charlene Wexler
Elephants In The Room is award-winning author Charlene Wexler's latest collection of short fiction and essays examining life, love, and the tragedy and comedy of the human condition. Whether she is tackling fiction or essays, Charlene Wexler writes from the heart. With a keen eye for detail and a way of looking at the world a bit sideways, Wexler's writings in Elephants In The Room will entertain [...]
 
Book: The Prince Of Keegan Bay by Veronica Helen Hart
Desperate to save her son, the American born heir to the kingdom of Kushawa, Moira Robbins hides him in an age-qualified retirement community, Keegan Bay. Where else could he be safer then surrounded by senior citizens? Doll Reynolds has suspicions about the goings on at her neighbor's. When her investigation leads to dark revelations, she unifies The Blenders, a group of feisty senior citizens, [...]
 
Book: Moon Above My World - before grapes become wine by Alan C. Fleming
MOON ABOVE MY WORLD before grapes become wine If there is a last season in life to enjoy harvesting fruit, autumn would be that season. Orchards become naked and grapes of ecstasy become weathered by time. Life's cycle greets winter with less enthusiasm. Before autumn comes to an end there is an interval of time ripe for enjoyment. Life processes grapes into wine as it does mid-life adults into [...]
 
Book: Anguished by Ronny Herman de Jong
This book is shedding a light on the abuse of vulnerable seniors in nursing homes, often by family members. Driven by financial problems, a grandson, entrusted to manage all assets of his grandmother, who resides in an Assisted Living Facility, depleted her bank account, put a lien against her house in an attempt to stop her daughter from inheriting her mother's assets. He falsified a letter to a [...]
 
Book: Rapture Recaptured (Siren Publishing Allure) by Thea Hartley
[Siren Allure: Erotic Contemporary Romance, HEA] Widow, Anna Richmond, and Rick Saunders meet on an Internet dating site. They discover that there is an overwhelming sexual chemistry between them, which reignites desires they thought were long in the past. They embark on a passionate relationship, but find obstacles in the way of their happiness. Not least of these are Anna's disapproving [...]
 
Book: Blending In - A Tale of Homegrown Terrorism by Norman Brewer
Terrorists as we know them are social misfits. Undisciplined. Extremists seeking martyrdom. But what if terrorists were well-trained, level-headed, and appeared innocuous? If they rejected martyrdom and valued escape to attack another day? Enter Stickman and Maple. Your next-door neighbors. Trained, disciplined and blending in. Homegrown and hell-bent on bringing down the government. Blending In [...]
 
Book: The Last Stop - Chronicles of The Mary Stuart Riley Home for People of Advanced Years by Kirt James Boyd
"What a hoot! This is the funniest book I've ever read!" Who knew getting older could be so much fun? Holy Moses and the gang at The Last Stop Retirement Home will have you wanting to move in, even before you retire! All is not well at The Last Stop Retirement Home . . . Aster, a long-time resident known for his intellectual prowess, is in the middle of a downward spiral for the ages after his [...]
 
Book: Retire Happy! Retired and Inspired - Retirement YOUR Way, Live by Your Own Rules - The Ultimate Mature Life Planning Guide by Kristi Nielsen
ALSO AVAILABLE IN LARGE PRINT Retirement has changed! Those who retire in 2020 and beyond are living longer than previous generations. A generation with fewer seniors receiving company pensions and the first generation in a century without a retirement age enacted by the government. While the absence of mandatory retirement may seem like an advantage, those facing health issues may be compelled [...]
 
Audiobook: A Ring, a Dance, a Second Chance by Jonell Kirby Cash
Jonell Kirby Cash's love story picks up Katie and Taylor's romance right where it left off: in their senior year of high school. However, Katie isn't the same girl Taylor remembers. As a widow she values her independence, living alone, and making new friends--and when Taylor calls Katie, she is on the threshold of exploring herself in the larger world. Taylor, ever the old-fashioned man, is [...]
 
Book: I Guess We Missed the Boat - A Travel Memoir by Barry Finlay
Seniors Reminisce About Travel! When eight intrepid Canadian seniors, brought together by marriage and with retirement in common, sit reminiscing about their travel experiences, the memory banks open and funny events start to spill out. Cowboy Ron, Ed the Negotiator, Joke-a Minute Jim and Practical Carol are part of the motley crew comprising the author's contingent of six in-laws. Each, at one [...]
 
Book: The Answer Key to Avoid Debt, Build Credit & Retire Rich - [A Guide to Lifetime Prosperity for Students, Grads,Dropouts & Dropins] by LeTicia Lee
College students, high school juniors and seniors as well as new graduates will learn how to select a career they love, avoid debt, build credit, and intentionally create long term wealth to eventually retire rich using tools mentioned in this easy-read yet dynamic and very effective book. Learn how to plan for a rich, debt free life and a millionaire retirement starting right now [regardless of [...]
 
Book: The Auchencookie Chronicles by Allan Neil
Auchencookie is wherever you want it to be in Lowland Scotland South of a line which runs between the Firths of Forth and Clyde. It has a rich range of citizens and in this book we take a whimsical peep at their lifestyles and adventures ranging from the notorious McGurk family through the Polis to a brief look at how some of the seniors react to a Royal visitor.
 
Book: Papa Norm's Common Sense Book of Wisdom by Norman Yerke
This book was written for parents, teenagers, college students and, of course, people in business. It is recommended that parents buy a copy of this book for their high school juniors and seniors, and for their children in college. This book will help them become more prepared to enter the world after they graduate. It will certainly help them in their difficult university years away from home. [...]
 
Book: Not Just Another Wrinkled Face by Barb McIntyre
The average age of the people living in the Morning Glory condominium is sixty-two. Together in the well-used recreation room watching movies, playing cards, holding an art show, or a wake, these seniors are, finally, 'really' living. Mary is busy with her daughter and pregnant granddaughter while Alice desperately wants more time with her family. Phil and Helen's affair is discovered, Paul and [...]
 
Book: Pieces of Love by PJ Sharon
Sixteen year-old Alexis Hartman wants nothing more than to smoke pot and play guitar. Getting high and escaping into her music seems the perfect solution when her world is shattered by her sister's death. But when she's arrested for possession a second time, life couldn't get any more complicated. Her mother's breakdown is the final straw that forces Lexi to spend the summer on the West Coast [...]
 
Book: Ready For PREtirement - Plan Retirement Early So Your Money is There When You Need It by Kris Miller
Ready For PREtirement: Everything You Need To Know NOW So Your Money Is There When You Need It is a comprehensive guide designed to help you plan for retirement NOW. Retirement planning can be scary, confusing and overwhelming, especially if you wait until you're faced with a family medical emergency. It is during these unexpected situations that people often make foolish decisions because of the [...]
 
Book: Universal Design And Aging - Keeping Our Homes Safe, Accessible & Comfortable As We Age In Place by Steve Hoffacker
Universal Design And Aging: Keeping Our Homes Safe, Accessible & Comfortable As We Age In Place" is a special type of book written for both consumers who want to do their own remodeling and renovation as well as the professionals who help them or provide it, to achieve a safe, accessible, comfortable, visitable, and convenient living environment while enhancing the enjoyment and value of the home [...]
 
Book: Artificial Flowers - The Screenside Trilogy, Book -1 (Chronicles of a Stolen World) by J. A. Hailey
THERE'S NOTHING ALIEN ABOUT THEM! They are born into our families, and they call our mothers 'mum' Billions of computers and smart phones, permanently connected via high-speed Internet, have created a parallel universe in which thousands of AI programs interact unsupervised to create natural-born intelligent life. Born into a dark, empty and terrifying world, these frightened virtual babies find [...]
 
Book: Descent into Mayhem (Capicua Chronicles Book 1) by Bruno Goncalves
After two hundred years of isolation, the colonists of Capicua, a fertile super-earth orbiting Gliese 667C, are faced with an unknown and hostile military force. Oblivious to the impending invasion, Toni Miura joins Capicua's decrepit armed forces in a bid to escape domestic troubles, aiming for the privilege of driving the Hammerhead, a bipedal mobile suit which is the epitome of his planet's [...]
 
Book: Lost in the '90s by Frank Anthony Polito
"AS LONG AS I LIVE, I WILL NEVER FORGET THE NIGHT OF 4.7.12..." KURT loves the 1990s! Thanks to his parents who graduated Hazel Park High the exact same year he was born - 1994 - he's a walking encyclopedia of '90s nostalgia from "American Pie" to Zima. DAVE dreams of becoming the next Kurt Cobain. But first, he has to get himself out of "Hazeltucky" - and away from the pretty cheerleader he's [...]
 
Book: It's Okay to Lie - If Your Fingers Are Crossed by Jack Flynn
IT'S OKAY TO LIE IF YOUR FINGERS ARE CROSSED TIME: August, 1950. PLACE: A suburb north of Fenway Park This title, "It's Okay to Lie if Your Fingers are Crossed," is based on a ritual kids perpetrated in the forties and fifties, which exempted them from the LIAR label, providing they crossed their fingers behind them, unbeknownst to the person or persons to whom they were lying. The hero of the [...]
 
Book: I'm Not Goin' There! A Gutsy Girlfriend Guide for Boomer Women Who Don't Want to Spend Their Golden Years Cuddling With Their Cats by Barbara Morris, ...
As teenagers, boomers declared, "We'll never get old." Now, as they approach retirement and old age is beckoning them to join "Club Decline," boomers have changed their mantra to a defiant "We're not goin' there" - without knowing what it really takes to avoid "goin' there". Barbara Morris, author of "I'm Not Goin' There! - A Gutsy Girlfriend Guide for Boomers Who Don't Want to Spend Their Golden [...]
 


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