Simply for Thought

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WestBow Press, May 16, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 108 pages

Simply for Thought uses stories, reflections, and poems to provoke attention to and appreciation for all that life has to offer. Each chapter has a unique theme and ends with a poem that tracks the tale of the chapters story. The chapters and poems do not lecture; they offer hope and impressions meant to last long after the words on the pages are read and the book is closed.

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About the author (2012)

Cindy Sommers is a licensed attorney who contributed as an author to several published articles before writing Simply for Thought. After a number of years practicing law with private law firms, Cindy worked primarily with non-profit organizations, including approximately fourteen years with the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS).

One constant throughout Cindy’s educational and professional endeavors has been her love of writing, whether technical or expressive, and the good that can come from a message effectively communicated. Cindy’s home is in Appomattox County, Virginia, a place rich in history and beauty, where she and her husband enjoy living in the country with a gang of Jack Russell Terriers who are certain they own the two of them.

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