The official site of the book Better Late Than Never Baby - Becoming a Mother Later in Life, written by Serena Kirby.
If you're over age 35 and about to become a mother - this is the book for you.
Having been a writer for nearly thirty years, I am fortunate in having a large collection of published stories.
Sometimes funny, sometimes painful, they are mostly two-minute reads with a moral and a message.
I’ve added a sample of them here to whet your appetite and a new story will be added every month.
You can click on the heart to ‘Like’ or click on the speech bubble to ‘Comment’, located under each story title.
I hope you return to read a little more about Things I Wish I Had Known.
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Tall and talkative (and with the habit of telling the same joke too many times), my father was a sensitive man with a happy heart. A lover of art and nature with a fetish for modern gadgetry, he was a hard worker who gave me many things in life. He gave me my first bike...
“Have passport will travel” has always been my motto. But don’t think that my love of overseas locations makes me an expert traveller – far from it. I get seasick and bus-sick and have a distinct dislike of flying. (Not to mention that I find it hard to sleep in ...
The Spanish police had blocked the street, redirected traffic and were now taking a break to smoke and tell jokes. It was the first Sunday of Primavera. A gentle sun smiled on the street market below where women with wicker baskets passed sellers giving a thousand reasons ...