At age 85 I had published my first “Tryist” as an author, “A Cruise To Die For.” I referred to it as my Mini “Novel” covering 50 pages that can be read going up the elevator, great during halftime and easily slid under the door of your neighbor when finished.
My current work “Voyage to Cryon”, deals with Cryonics, the preservation of humans in ice chambers with the
hope of resuscitation in the future. A scheduled Anti-Aging Cruise sponsored by the Cosmetic industry changes course to indoctrinate unsuspecting candidates to prospective reincarnation and lasting life.
My third book “Tunnel Vision” not yet published may be wallet size.
“What’s it like being 80” is somewhat biographical and a comical relief in accepting yourself being “old”
and left to the reader to edit his own experiences in this Octogenarian Society, with limited (By attrition) membership. I have recently combined six books, “A Cruise to Die For”, “Tunnel”, “Diner for Two”, “Walk with the Son”, “What’s it Like Being 80” and “Cryon” into One volume entitled, “The Books of Rathe.”
I have just completed “Hate in Those Eyes” and “Octogenarian Guide to \Survival.” (Unedited)
At age 89 I still have a lust for life or whatever is left of it, so I keep on writing until the Great Author Above Closes His book on me.$2.99–$7.13