The Continuing Misadventures of Rose De France

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AuthorHouse, Jun 22, 2011 - Literary Collections - 188 pages

This book is a true journal. Some of the names of people, streets, and places have been changed possibly making this reality based fiction. Written by a scorned woman to keep herself company the journal confronts a double standard and injustice one woman went through and her attempts to heal herself through books and finally action. Strong feelings and sexuality are all aired about the life of a real person. This book is really about a sabotage - a lie that was spread and the ingriedients surrounding this lie. The thread of the book seems to imply a love hate relationship and one person looking back on it to decide which it is. Perhaps she'll never know. Written for herself, published to share; Rose wants to escape to Hawaii which I'm reading of a prophecy by a Dr Walker predicting Hawaii to be a "lighthouse to a world adrift in unpredictable seas." The promise on this cover is that when Rose does make it to Hawaii she will write another and different book!


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About the author (2011)

When the author of this book was in college she studied to be a writer and this is where she met her first obstacle; an English teacher who did not like her personal style of writing. Because some things never change and the need is felt to publish personal journals she is taking a pen name - Rose Cherie De France. Please enjoy.

A graduate of the College of San Mateo, computer operator, single mother of three turned flute player, turned singer, turned artist, truned writer Rose De France lives in San Francisco where she still feeds her mother two meals a day. Rose has five lovely grand children. Rose is growing weary and is "seeing the good end" (Mike Dooley) of herself in Hawaii where lovely people like rainbows of color and believe in living forever. Where there are warm tradewinds and warm water to swim and exercise in and where "The ancient wisdom says to feel good about your sexuality. It is the seat of your creativity and the frequency of manifestation." (Pila of Hawaii) Rose see's herself on the beach with her youngest grand boy..............

One of the first baby boomers, born to parents who grew up during the Great Depression of 1933, Rose grew up living a furgal life.

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