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THE Weekend - An ESP Experience 1965 Memoir

by Sandra Van Vechten-Berry
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Romance, love, decisions, marriage, divorce, choices, and especially ESP - Extrasensory perception and Unrequited love. Set in New York City in the mid-1960's life was far different than today, with regard to laws, like with interracial marriages, and divorce. This is a true story, only the names have been changed to protect the privacy of those involved.

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Created on: Mar-13-2020   Published on: Mar-13-2020
ISBN: 9781605009254
Format: 5.5"x8.5" - Softcover w/Glossy Laminate - B&W Book
Theme: Memoir    Sales Term:  Everyone
Preview Limit: 10 Pages
1965    ESP    Extra Sensory Perception    Interracial narriage    love story    memoir    New York City    romance    unrequited love   
About Author
author icon Sandra Berry
Joined: Oct-08-2019

Only going to the tenth grade in high school and then at sixteen leaving to marry (in 1958) a seventeen-year-old guy who quit school in the eleventh grade to join the Army, I finally earned a Masters Degree in Library and Information Science in 2000, in Hawaii. Here, finally, is the second book, set in New York City in 1965. (My first one, "Summer of '56" 'Memoir of a Teenager', set in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, Dallas, Texas and New Jersey.) Both are true stories; memoir.

I have expeienced a great deal and hopefully have learned a lot, at 78 1/2 years old. and am currently married for over 38 years, and live in the state of Washington. Scary times now, with the CoronaVirus rampant now. March 13, 2020

My lifetime goal has been to write and see my published books line shelves in bookcases like volumes of the 'old-time' encyclopedias. Many more to come, hopefully.

Being married and divorced a few times, having four children, five grandchildren, and one great-grandson, so far, and losing two adult daughters and one grandson-in-law plus outliving three ex-husbands has made me much more conscious of how precious and short life can be and has taught me to appreciate the family and friends I have now.

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