Would you like to look and feel younger, as wrinkles fade or disappear, while also benefiting from increased zest for life, glowing skin with less blemishes, a loss of body fat, more muscles, stronger bones and many other benefits?
I Want To Retire! builds upon the honest, often passionate and always candid thoughts expressed in thousands of comments from readers of my retirement blogs.
Having traveled the path to retirement, they are able to identify those essential considerations that every retiree to be will ultimately need to address.
Learn from their wisdom and avoid their mistakes as you prepare your retirement.
Cosmic Delusions (Book II) deals primarily with the allegation that the universe began as a random, undirected event approximately 13.7 billion years ago. There is sufficient scientific evidence to question this calculation. Recent scientific discoveries hint that the universe may be much younger and support the Genesis version of creation. (Bonus: Book I included!)
Jonah Thompson, seventy plus, tired but not yet retired, widowed but not alone, competent but not quite sane. See what happens when an aging pastor flies over the cuckoo's nest. The crazier he becomes, the more profound is his life.
Why do we age? This book describes the exciting development of theories that say that we age because we are purposely designed to have a limited lifespan; we are programmed to age and die. This theory strongly suggests that we can find pharmaceutical agents that generally delay aging and age-related diseases like cancer and heart disease. Print length 255 pages, 28 illustrations.
Former model Willow is old and fat. No wonder she's a has-been in the fashion industry! But she's got a plan, and it starts with a new look. Weight loss surgery to the rescue! The fat melts away and lost fans love her again. Then her hair falls out. There's worse to come. Now she'll find out surgery wasn't a miracle cure. It won't save her. It might kill her.
Change is hard to deal with under the best of circumstances, but what do you do when everything you know seems to be disappearing around you? A lonely, cantankerous shopkeeper struggles to keep what’s left of his world.
“Bugging Out" is a science fiction / fantasy short story, and is also in the collection "Still Even More Things I Could Get Out of My Mind."