Conversations Between Two Great Friends
Conversations Between Two Great Friends presents the heart-to-hearts between two ladies of a certain age. The tenor of their discussions ranges from happy to sad, giddy to serious, philosophical to scientific. Their favorite coffee house waitperson, mysteriously mute, and a grieving ghost punctuate their conversations. Spanning from Christmas to Christmas, the reader eavesdrops on the private chats of the friends who reflect both Victorian sensibilities and twenty-first century attitudes. Nancy L. (Nan) Reed relishes the conversations with friends that inspired these fictionalized chats. Enthused and stimulated by her own tête-à-têtes, she finds they kindle an ongoing interest and involvement with life and people.
Dog-grr-el: canine conundrums, hound hankerings, puppy puzzlers
Nancy L. (Nan) Reed’s second Dog-grr-el book offers readers glimpses into the world of the human-canine bond and provides thoughtful, gleeful, and interactive experiences. There are pups on the hunt and on the road, poems about how dogs enhance their owners’ lives, and a cadence to march to. For the individual or the family, it's a book for dog lovers of all ages. The creative, colorful illustrations by Jennifer Schafer bring the words to life. An enjoyable read and an excellent addition to any library. A portion of sales from the book is donated to animal rescue groups.
Questions: so many questions
This delightfully illustrated book encourages readers young and old to delve for answers to their endless questions. An enjoyable quest for the individual seeker of answers or for a partnership of curious minds.
Dog-grr-el: canine cadence, hound haiku, puppy poetry
Dog-grr-el: canine cadence, hound haiku, puppy poetry appeals to dog lovers of all ages. Delightful and caring poems and haiku are intermingled with songs to sing and a rhyme to march to. They feature cave-dwelling dogs, a canine coat of arms, howling hounds, and a tribute to the fire hydrant. This book is an excellent addition to any library and a great gift for dog lovers. A portion of sales from the book is donated to animal rescue groups.
A Short Story Olio
A Short Story Olio contains stories related to a range of human experiences – a woman buys an old store to house a secret project, a young man is haunted by a frightening image, a friend finds hope coping with a tragic situation, and an airline passenger loses his battle to calm a hysterical traveler. Readers will experience joy, wonder, sorrow, and humor as they enjoy the collection.
Words Left Behind: tales from a life gladly lived
Words Left Behind: tales from a life gladly lived relates the author’s humorous encounters with famous and infamous folks, remembrances of picking grapes in a Rocky Mountain blizzard, a startling encounter with a puma, and a mysterious visit from a ghost dog.
More Words Left Behind: still afloat. (2017).