Feel-good book -- Do Not Go Gentle. Go to Paris: Travels of an Uncertain Woman of a Certain Age

A number of book groups are enjoying this memoir of a faded woman, 62,  who ventures alone to France. Despite misgivings, mishaps and a fickle sweetheart, she takes courage from older women she meets, her own curiosity and zestto return home knowing joy has no expiration date. Yes, the woman is me. Even more amazing than this journey to France 10 years ago was my laborious journey through self-publishing. (The 30-something agents simply didn't understand the insecurities of  women of a ceKINDLE Do Not Go Gentle. Go to Paris.jpgrtain age!)


If you need a lift, check it out! 




















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Gail...unable to open book. 


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