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Cynsations Sensuous Poetry A Spoken Word CD
Listen to Cynthia recite her sensuous poetry. She has taken the most popular sensuous poems from her Cynthology Collection, included new poems and put them into a CD featuring thirty poems for an hour of listening pleasure.
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Cynthology is a collection of unedited rhymes that express my view of life. It covers a variety of subjects in more than one hundred rhymes that I hope will appeal to the sensibilities of most any reader.
There are touching, thought provoking rhymes that capture and tell stories of life, love, friendship, sorrow and much more.
Check out a few of my favorites like "Touch Me" it will make you want to pull down the shades and close the door. Find the humor in "Sagging Pants" a story of a young man's revelation. "I Don't Want To" speaks of rebellion and regaining control. So don't wait order your copy today and find your favorites. Enjoy!
Memoirs of a Caregiver
Alzheimer's is a memory-robbing, debilitating disease that affects millions of Americans. For most families, having just one member afflicted with Alzheimer's can be devastating. In her poignant memoir, Cynthia Young shares her story of love and devotion as she learns how to care for four family members stricken with Alzheimer's disease over a ten-year period.
Young narrates a journey filled with laughter, challenges, and sorrow as she commutes from California to Michigan to care for her mother, two aunts, and a cousin. She provides insight into how the disease progresses and gradually destroys the memory and abilities to learn, reason, make sound judgments, communicate, and carry out daily activities. While sharing her personal story and detailing how she overcame each obstacle along the way, Young also teaches other caregivers how to use valuable resources, navigate the court system as a guardian and conservator, handle the Alzheimer's personality, and search for an assisted-living facility.
A portion of the proceeds from this book will be directed to the Alzheimer's Association