“Besides the terror of being in touch beyond the veil, there is the reality of what humans can do to one another when they are afraid. Persecution. Her sacred dreamwork has cost her too many lifetimes of persecution and loss, horrifying circumstances that leave her quaking at the prospect of …
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The spiritual journey into breast cancer has asked me to set priorities in life. The most pressing among those being the passing of time. To have breast cancer hope at all is to be aware of my time, both the use of and enjoyment therein. Hope for breast cancer is …
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The novel giveaway will begin anew in June 2010 using my newsletter subscriber list, ESSA’S LETTERS, which has been combined with the Age of Menopause Blog product giveaway and the Women’s Fiction Blog short stories and essays for women To always be in the book giveways, just subscribe to ESSA’S …
Divorce fiction with a spiritual bent? Yes, divorce spiritually speaking, can be a peaceful, mature, life-enhancing growth experience for both partners. Many of the books represented here are inclined to a more mature divorce of the marriage while the female character finds a path that brings her closer to her center in life.
People fascinated with reincarnation stories and exploring the possibilities of reincarnation ties in their lives are always reading and searching for the one past life story that they will resonate with the most. The story may be one of a child’s connection and memories, the past life regression that turned up a past life in a nonbeliever, a dream that started the unending search for someone, or the chance meeting that enveloped an awakening of possibilities that cannot be explained. A slideshow of novels on reincarnation fiction.
A reading list for FRIENDSHIP FICTION. Women readers appreciate more than relationships. The friends in fiction reveal a deep level of intimacy seldom realized because most characters are unwilling to divulge so much about themselves…. I find the deep intimacy of friends touches me, brings laughter and tears, when I would otherwise just be taking it in…. Why I choose women’s fiction novels with a chorus of friends around the main character.
From the Whales of August to the youngish spinster role in Moonstruck to the life of Coco Channel to The Other Man, women’s dramas and comedies are barely riddled with the more mature storyline and seasoned actresses. But this slideshow and list holds favorites through the ages….
Women’s fiction novels with main characters over age fifty-five, stories about relationships and self realization on the life journey. Women characters over sixty sharing the spiritual and emotional gifts, the physical changes. New dramas with more complex humor and strength than when younger. Some women who find they truly love for the first time. Some understand how to temper hate and pain when they thought it would never be possible.
The Young Balboas. The Postmistress. Husbands May Come and Go But Friends Are Forever. Around Every Corner. A Breath Floats By. First Wives Club. Year of Pleasures. Women characters over forty in contemporary fiction have transcended from backdrop mothers of perfectly lovely daughters to women who face challenges and love head-on. A wide selection of contemporary mature women’s fiction, age thirty-eight to sixty. Women change and grow. Their life journey takes them to an untidy, imperfect ending of the novel quite often. But as women readers know, especially women of a certain age, this imperfect ending is life. It’s the roads we choose on the path before us and how we deal with that ending when we get there that makes all the difference.