Granny Stories are written about grandmothers, sometimes comical, scary, sentimental, or just plain playful. Each grandmother is entirely unique from the rest, although in many stories, for some strange reason, granny is mysteriously 59 years old, a magical and wonderful year for a later-in-life coming of age. One of the author's grannies died when he was just 2, the other when he was 21; he'll spend the rest of his life missing each one of his grannies dearly.
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About the Author
Kenn Kirby writes for a living and owns a business entitled, W.R.I.T.E. Services, a.k.a. W.R.I.T.E. Resume Service. He has written over 25,000 resumes and cover letters, as well as numerous business plans, reports, presentations, and other written materials. His favorite quote, which sums up his entire outlook on life, comes from one of his favorite authors, Voltaire: “Beware of the friend who has all of the answers, but none of the questions.”