I’ve very excited to announce the publication of an anthology featuring essays on aging from 24 writers. Karen Helene Walker, author and blogger, came up with the idea, ran with it, and accomplished the task in a surprisingly short amount of time. Very impressive, Karen!
My essay about my mom is included in Still Me…After All These Years, so I’m extra pleased about that. The cover art has not passed its final proof approval, but here’s what it looks like at the moment.
The e-b00k version (official release date is April 4, 2017) is available now for pre-order. The print version will be coming soon (don’t worry, I’ll keep you posted).
L. Diane Wolfe says
Karen did a wonderful job putting this book together.
LD Masterson says
It’s very nice to be sharing pages with you.
Madeline Mora-Summonte says
Congratulations! Well done!
Thanks, Madeline. It’s fun to participate in a project like this. I’m meeting lots of new writers (the other contributors) and learning more about others’ reactions to aging as well.
Mason Canyon says
Congratulations, Patricia. I love that cover and the book sounds like it will be fascinating and inspiring.
Thanks, Mason. It should be a great anthology for those of us who are “of a certain age” as well as those who are getting there faster than they might like.
Alex J. Cavanaugh says
That’s awesome you contributed one of the stories!
You never know what you’re going to see when you follow your e-friend’s blogs, right?
Dean k miller says
Great work, Patricia! The cover looks great.
I can only take credit for my one little essay, Dean — Karen Walker has done an amazing job calling for entries and following the project all the way through to publication in a very short amount of time. I think she’s a superstar!!!
Margot Kinberg says
Congratulations, Pat!! I’m so happy for you. And it sounds like a really interesting and helpful anthology.
I’m looking forward to reading the other essays in this anthology, Margot. I’m hoping for some inspiration in how to survive seniorhood. 😀