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Looking Back
     

Looking Back

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by Marcia Carrington
 

Anne Smith looks back on her life and remembers her childhood, marriage, family, and the death of her husband.

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Anne Smith looks back on her life and remembers her childhood, marriage, family, and the death of her husband.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940033153886
Publisher:
Marcia Carrington
Publication date:
04/06/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
509,782
File size:
123 KB

Meet the Author

Marcia Carrington writes about the human condition, exploring what makes people tick, but in an upbeat and optimistic tone. She is an interested observer of popular culture, and fan of cinema from all eras and countries, especially from the 1930-1970s. Marcia is a long-time soap opera viewer, watching daytime, and night time serials from a very young age. Marcia is also a food connoisseur, with a particular love of chocolate, and coffee. The morning coffee has always been a staple for Marcia, and something which she cannot do without. There is just something about the fresh aroma of coffee early in the morning, and anytime for that fact, which proves irresistible to her. Marcia can be contacted on Twitter, and you can also visit her on her Blog at http://marciasbooktalk.wordpress.com/ and on Pinterest.

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Looking Back 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading this book. Thanks for the great read. J...... :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I lost my son 4 years ago....grief changes a person in every way...years soften the pain some, but you will never be the person you once were.
miztrebor More than 1 year ago
You get what the description of the story says. It's the recollection of a well-lived life of an older woman. The author wrote it well, and made it believable to even be a non-fiction piece. It was a little on the lacking side, in the sense that this woman's life was just outlined, there wasn't much of an apparent conflict and life went by smoothly. The later years put some strain on the life being lived, and that's when my interest was most grabbed. It's a good introduction to this author, I think. I'm sure given more words to work with and space to expand a story, I'll enjoy more of this author's work in the future.