This book shows you how to secure the best time of your life in Retirement. The author describes how he did it, and how you can do it too. Read how to take life more slowly, notice and revel in the beauty of the world around you, most important, how to find and pursue your passion and live fully. Married or single, discover how to avoid the loneliness or episodic depression that many retirees suffer from. Too much leisure time is often an expressway to boredom, frustration and unhappiness. The author tells you how to avoid this unhappiness through a few steps that anyone can take. Follow him as he faces his own worries and challenges about retirement and overcomes them to live it fully and happily.
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Ethan Jones is the author of the wildly popular Justin Hall spy thriller series. The first book in this series, Arctic Wargame, came out in May. It hit the Amazon’s Top 100 Best Sellers in Suspense Thrillers list in July and October, standing at No. 11 and No. 8. The second book in this series, Tripoli’s Target, was released on October 4. The third book, Fog of War, is expected to come out in the summer of 2013. Ethan has also published several short stories. He is a lawyer by trade, and he lives in Canada with his wife and son.
In the community of authors, there are those for whom writing is in their souls. It is who they are, what they do. For some, writing is a calling. I respect that. I think there is something noble in it. I will leave it to those who share that level of passion for writing to explain it in their own words, because that’s not me.
My nature is that of an entertainer. I like to provoke discussion, thought, reflection or laughter in others. For me, telling or writing stories is one way to do that. In order to accomplish that, it is not enough to write; what I write must be read by others. On some level, I think that is why everyone writes. When someone announces that they wish to speak, they are not actually saying they want to utter words – they could do that anytime. What they mean is that they wish to be heard. Continue reading “Do Write and Fear Naught”