Book: 40 Cliff Crescent by Barb McIntyrecategories: Book, Domestic Fiction, Senior Women, Friendship, Death, Aging, Widowhood
Barb McIntyreabout this book: As Nancy, a recent widow, reminisces about the rambling conversations she and her friends enjoy after their weekly bridge games she reviews her day-to-day life, remembers events from her past, mourns her husband, wonders about her future, and has no idea of how the lives of her tenants intersect.
Ed, Nancy's tenant, dies early in the book, and as her next two tenants reminisce about their lives, we find out how his past has affected them.
I really enjoyed writing about the women's rambling conversations. I identified with a lot of what was said, and I felt like I was a part of the group. I think that many older women will feel the same way.
I've been working on this book for over two years, and I'm especially proud of the cover. It makes the house and garage apartment look inviting. Hopefully readers will want to know all about the people who live there, and what the cat has to do with the story.
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