A Delightful Little Book on Aging

Share in the beginning of this delightful little series about a most noble passage . . . A Delightful Little Book on Aging has been recently released in April 2020 and is available for order on both Amazon and Indie Bound. It is the story of the journey into older age with the help of wisdom, wit and a philosophy of gratitude. Proudly published by She Writes Press, and proudly a part of the sisterhood. Life is so good. Let’s celebrate each moment that we can!


Reviews

“Where are the elders? The wise women, the crones, the guardians of truth here to gently, lovingly, and playfully guide us towards the fulfillment of our collective destiny? It turns out that they are right here, in our midst, and Stephanie Raffelock is showcasing the reclamation of aging as a moment of becoming, no longer a dreaded withering into insignificance. A Delightful Little Book on Aging lays down new and beautiful tracks for the journey into our richest, deepest, and wildest years.”

– Kelly Brogan MD, author of the New York Times Bestseller A Mind of Your Own

“This little book by Stephanie Raffelock unfolds gently. Like aging, it is raw and funny and quirky.  It is not 5 easy steps but real stories and wisdom.  It is resilience in action, acknowledging losses and unwanted changes of aging with moxie, humor and grit.”  

– Frederic Luskin, Ph.D., Co-Founder, The Stanford Forgiveness Project, Author of Forgive for Good and Forgive for Love

“Deeply compassionate, eminently readable, and filled with timeless wisdom and unbridled joy. Stephanie Raffelock will be your favorite new discovery. You’re welcome.”

 – Jonny Bowden, board-certified nutritionist and best-selling author of Living Low Carb and The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth

“Filled with authentic stories and abundant insights, “A Delightful Little Book on Aging” is a heart-warming companion for anybody who wishes to age without sugar-coating the losses while continuing to live life with an open spirit.  Stephanie Raffelock makes me look forward to my own golden years. Well done!”

– Andrea F. Polard, author of A Unified Theory of Happiness