Widows Peek

by Renette Torres et al


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/8/2013

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 162
ISBN : 9781452570068
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 162
ISBN : 9781452570082
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 162
ISBN : 9781452570075

About the Book

Widows Peek shows you a magnified view of the unsettling life changes after the death of a husband through the eyes of nine courageous women who share their stories of love, loss and starting over. Being a widow has never been an everyday topic of conversation, but it should be. You will meet these widows who came together to share their personal experiences through intimate accounts, revealing powerful truths and profound discoveries that are inspiring enough to help any woman get through that horrible void.
Although there is loneliness, we are not alone. We have learned that widowhood is a huge, life-altering, but growing experience. We also learned that there is no book written by a group of women for women that details the pain, sorrow, coping, and eventual recovery from the loss of a spouse. The need for such a book is apparent, a book that explores the lives of women transformed by widowhood, in which we share our own unique way of dealing with the death of our loved one. These pages are written with real emotion, warmth, and even with unexpected humor.
Not just anybody can be a widow; it can only and exclusively be … a woman!


About the Author

Renette Torres, at eighty-three years of age, is a widow of five years who was happily married for nearly fifty-six years. Renette started up her own successful watch and clock business and is a world traveler, an author, and still an avid golfer, leading an energetic and active lifestyle with her rambunctious dog, Bogie, in Hollister, California. In this, her second book, she is joined by Mses. Lynn Nilsen, Shirley Chapman, Helma Smith, Marlene Bolla, Stefi Rudolph, Becky Funk, Mona Wolters, and Velma Tiffany, each of whom contributes a unique perspective on the death of a loved one.