Nancy Worssam


Nancy Griffin Worssam lives in Seattle where she writes, gardens, and goes to museums and theatre. She reviews occasionally for The Seattle Times and maintains a blog called Visit her there or look up her reviews in The Seattle Times archives.
She edited ”In our Prime” a book by and about mid-life women, those who have raised their children, tried to juggle career and family, experienced love (both good and bad), and faced the reality that time does indeed take its toll on one’s looks and body. The writers explore these topics with both humor and poignancy. You’ll find the book on
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Hanging Up Memories
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 38,160. Language: American English. Published: November 26, 2012. Categories: Essay » Literature, Essay » Literature
A book of 31 stories about unforgettable characters, comic encounters, wild adventures, and exotic travel. Experience feasts in posh London and a Philippine mountain village. Participate in an encounter with the French Navy. Be surprised by the hidden skeleton, fall in love with a three-legged dog and haughty Siamese cat, and enjoy some Christmas and Hanukkah stories too.

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christmas    family    food    hanukkah    travel