By Joan Wester Anderson, New York Times bestselling author of Where Angels Walk and eight other books about angels and miracles.
Sometimes it is best to avoid looking at what you really don’t want to see…
During these troubled times, it’s more important than ever that we be kind and caring to one another…
So writes author Nancy Blodgett Klein in her lovely new book, Life Lessons: Guidance for All Ages, a collection of true happenings focusing primarily on adults who have struggled through a crisis, learned something from it, and are willing to share this wisdom with younger generations. When the author began this project, she planned to use her own experiences as examples of a still-very-active mid-lifer. However, she soon realized that input from other voices would make the book’s contents even richer. So she invited 11 freelance writer-friends to add their life lessons to the mix. All did, resulting in a warm and encouraging volume for anyone needing inspiration, renewal and hope in today’s troubled world.
Enjoy each unique story, and keep a copy in your headboard for restless nights.
For more information about the book, click https://www.amazon.com/Life-Lessons-Guidance-All-Ages-ebook/dp/B097C6LHCQ.
For more information about Joan Wester Anderson and her many books, click https://www.amazon.com/Joan-Wester-Anderson/e/B000APV5R2%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share.
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Yes, it was good! Thanks!
What a wonderful review! Thanks for sharing.