I Never Woke Up 'Til I Was Forty

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Trafford Publishing, 2003 - Fiction - 200 pages
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Annie Bloom has just turned forty. She is struggling with the Meaning Of her Life. Is there more to her than Good Mother, Good Daughter and Good Wife? Is there part of her that is missing?

Annie is a woman that every middle-age woman can relate to. She's struggling with motherhood, she's struggling with being a wife, but most of all, she's struggling with who she wants to be as a separate human being. Annie's humorous yet heartfelt journal looks into one woman coming to terms with her True Self. And every woman, no matter what their age, will find a part of Annie's story to be their own.


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About the author (2003)

Martha Knight Foster is a free-lance writer who has been published in the following: Aim Magazine; Bangor Daily News; Country Victorian Magazine; eBay Magazine; Maine Sunday Telegram; and The Villager. She lives in Maine with her husband, son and four dogs.

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