Readers of Feathered and Flowered commented: “I feel as if Jenny’s growing up parallels my own self-indulgence, struggle and success.” “Marjorie is an amazing person: deep and funny, a fresh-thinking good example of wringing everything possible from a long life.” “These women have become my best friends!”
Feathered and Flowered is really a treasury of two books with lessons on fully committing to life’s pleasures, pains and enigmas. “Jenny: The Scarlet Lily” follows a girl from just-turned-thirteen through the changes of her teens. Jenny’s friend and mentor, who wrote the book, is in her seventies. Much is learned and enjoyed by both. “Counting the Feathers on the Bird I’ve Got” are the musings of a ninety-six year old woman who begins with, “It wasn’t all bad being a wild white girl tap dancer in Harlem during Prohibition…” Her turn of phrase and unique perspective on God, men... More > and life are both hilarious and profound.< Less
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