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Aging Out Paperback – August 1, 2017
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"Aging Out is is the type of novel that demonstrates how small stages can tackle big themes, and how stories do not have to be expansive to be powerful." -- Red City Review
"A heart-warming tale ofintergenerational bonding. When three teens trying to outrun their troubledpasts begin working at a care center for the elderly, they learn life-changinglessons, lower their defenses, and make life-long friendships. A touching anduplifting story." --Melissa Eskue Ousley, author of Pitcher Plant and SunsetEmpire
Penning poignant, familiar characters and a surprise ending, Shaw presents a story of grief, closure, and the importance of forging meaningful relationships.-- Library Journal
About the Author
L. Lee Shaw is the owner of the independent publishing house, Boho Books. She has published two novels, Blood Will Tell... and Monster Child, and co-edited Analekta, an anthology of writing. In 2017-18, in addition to debuting Aging Out, she will also release Love Imperfect, a story of the struggle to make love work, and a children's chapter book, Flunking Magic featuring a little witch who is very bad at spells. She lives near Portland, Oregon.
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