Tag: Septuagenarian

Misstep by Deborah Dee Harper – Book Review, Excerpt, Preview

Misstep by Deborah Dee Harper – Book Review, Excerpt, Preview

by Phyllis Helton
July 26, 2018
Book Reviews

Jean eased down into a perfect execution of the splits. I was amazed. I don’t think I have ever been that flexible and my dear friend is a septuagenarian. She still lives by herself, cares for her granddaughter, helps with Sunday School, and hosts a Bible study for women. She […]