Category Archives: Resources for Writers

Late Blooming Writer: Carol Gordon Ekster

Late Bloomers are guest blog posts at A is for Aging—sharing thoughts and insights from individuals who have launched notable creative efforts in the arts in their Third Age. Today we hear from late blooming author Carol Gordon Ekster: Teaching … Continue reading

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Late Bloomer interview: Author Dionna Mann

***Late Bloomers are guest blog posts at A is for Aging—sharing thoughts and insights from individuals who have launched notable creative efforts in the arts in their Third Age.*** Today we have a delightful interview of late blooming children’s  author … Continue reading

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7 Positive Things Picture Books Can Teach Us about Aging

(Note: I’m celebrating a “blogiversary” with a book giveaway! “A is for Aging” was birthed back in 2013, to zero fanfare! 😉 Along the way I’ve collaborated with Sandra L. McGuire Ph.D. on resources on the website. And in 2022 … Continue reading

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Late Bloomer Gloria Amescua guest post

Late Bloomer Guest Post Late Bloomers are guest blog posts at A is for Aging—sharing thoughts and insights from individuals who have launched notable creative efforts in the arts in their Third Age.   Gloria Amescua is the late blooming … Continue reading

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Review: An Old Man and his Penguin

An Old Man and His Penguin. How Dindim made Joao Pereira de Souza an Honorary Penguin. (2020). Written by Alayne Kay Christian and Illustrations by Milanka Reardon. Stamford, TX: Blue Whale Press, an imprint of Clear Fork Publishing. This delightful … Continue reading

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Late Bloomer: Author Carol Coven Grannick

     Late Bloomers are guest blog posts at A is for Aging—sharing thoughts and insights from individuals who have launched notable creative efforts in the arts in their Third Age. RE-PLANTING MY WRITING LIFE by Carol Coven Grannick I’m … Continue reading

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Late Bloomer guest post: Angela Verges

Late Bloomers are guest blog posts at A is for Aging—sharing thoughts and insights from individuals who have launched notable creative efforts in the arts in their Third Age. Dear Diary by author Angela Verges     Dear Diary Today … Continue reading

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Late Bloomer: Paulette Bochnig Sharkey

Late Bloomers are guest blog posts at A is for Aging—sharing thoughts and insights from individuals who have launched notable creative efforts in the arts in their Third Age. Today’s post is by children’s author Paulette Bochnig Sharkey. I’m a … Continue reading

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Late Bloomer: Guest post by author Vivian Kirkfield

A Leap of Faith: How jumping from a plane jump-started my writing career As a teenager, I was a huge Beatles fan. One of my favorite songs was When I’m 64. And for me, when I was 64, the course … Continue reading

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Late Bloomer: Amy Losak on “H is For Haiku” & preserving her mother’s legacy

Late Bloomers defy age stereotypes and help show us the way to tap into our creativity using life experience, energy and positive attitudes. “Creativity keeps us fresh, keeps us alive, keeps us moving forward.” Rollo May, psychotherapist and author of … Continue reading

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