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 Author: Renee P. Aldrich  Category: Inspirational, Nonfiction  Publisher: KP Publishing Company  ISBN: 978-1-960001-37-5 | 978-1-960001-38-2  Language: English  Tags: Paperback: $24.95|eBook: $14.99 |

Seasons is an empowering anthology that delves into the rich and diverse experiences of ten remarkable women over the age of 65. In a society often preoccupied with youth, this collection challenges ageist stereotypes by showcasing the inspiring journeys of these women who have embraced change and aging with grace and determination. In these narratives, the women share their wisdom on staying relevant in an ever-changing world, illustrating how they have remained adaptable and open-minded. Their experiences serve as beacons of inspiration, guiding readers to embrace life’s transitions and find strength in their evolving selves.

Seasons offers a refreshing perspective on aging, proving that life’s journey is a continuous evolution of growth, purpose, and unwavering spirit. The book is a testament to the enduring power of women, and their stories will leave an indelible mark on readers, motivating them to embrace their own seasons with pride, courage, and boundless determination.


About the Author


Renee P. Aldrich has been privileged to serve in various roles over the past 20-plus years. She’s the founder and director of Softer Side Seminars, an empowerment and self-esteem-building program for women and girls. An award-winning writer, she is a published author of a companion book to Softer Side Seminars, Notes from the Softer Side, and has a freelance writing business, “Writing the Write Word.” She writes for the New Pittsburgh Courier and the Soul Pitt Quarterly. She is a frequent contributor to the University of Pittsburgh Publications, the Pitt Chronicle, and Pitt Alumni Magazine, among others. She has been named a New Pittsburgh Courier, Woman of Excellence, and was the first prize winner for Creative Non-Fiction at Carlow University Creative Writing Department. She is a Pittsburgh Black Media Federation member, a commissioned poet, and a prose writer. Ms. Aldrich has found that the most important role she has held dear is mother to two adult children, Elliott Lawrence of Long Beach, California, and Karen Aldrich of Pittsburg, and grandmother to six–year old Karon Joshua Wingate. Jaylon, and resides in Valencia, California.