Th3 Simple Questions - Slice Open Everyday Life by Mr. Jean W. Yeager.
116 pages, 45 chapters
Honestly I have been in a slump for awhile when it comes to reading books until I got my hands on this one... let's just say this amazing book found me and I am ecstatic that it did. The style of short essays or "slices" each with the "Who am I", "Why am I here", and "What do I want", format took me by surprise as it was an energizing way to read and process thought provoking concepts with each "slice" only being a few pages long and the analogies were artfully presented as real life experiences to which most anyone can relate.
My favorite slice was "Dandelion Wine: Alchemical Batting Practice" as I fully immersed myself into this "slice" with my own imagery which I could completely relate to as it left me with the warmth of sunshine still in my mind. All of the "slices" were masterfully crafted without needing page after page of extra words to get the author's intended thought provoking points across.
Mr. Jean - Willie Mays would have been impressed with "Another Willie Mays Miracle" as you hit this one "out of the park" worth reading more than once...... 5 Stars
Many Thanks :=}
Mark Krausman - Goodreads Reviewer
|Publisher:||Jean W. Yeager|
|File size:||173 KB|
About the Author
2017 - Ageless Authors Anthology 2016 - 1st Place, Essay Category, "Ageless Authors" National Contest for his submission "Kite Justice". www.agelessauthors.com Editorial Director, Larry Upshaw wrote, "You can really turn a phrase, my friend." 2015 - Presenter, 14th Annual Horace Greeley Writing Symposium, Poultney, VT 2015 - Member, Chaffee Writers Group, Rutland, VT 2015 - Works frequently republished in RUTLAND HERALD, Rutland, VT 2015 - "Th3 Simple Questions: Slice Open Everyday Life" published. GoodReads reviewer Mark Krausman wrote: "...masterfully crafted without needing page after page of extra words to get the author's intended thought provoking points across." Perhaps you can come closer find out more about Jean Yeager by reading the blog from which this book was drawn: http://www.threesimplequestions.blogspot.com