Interviews with active people aged 80 to 103. They are world travelers, and have seen tremendous changes in the past eighty to one hundred years. They talk about the world as it was, and as they see it today. The seniors in Search for the Fountain include a retired FBI agent who plays softball three days a week, a woman who runs a food pantry for the poor, a Catholic nun who works with AIDS patients, a man who is saving a rare species from extinction, a man who participates in swim meets all over the world, and high school sweethearts. The 103 year old man volunteers as a greeter at the Tampa Yacht Club and owns, manages, and does lawn maintenance for this thirteen apartments. He also has a girlfriend. If you want to learn their secret for a long, healthy life, this is a must read book.
Linda J. Falkner (Biography)
Linda Falkner lives in Tampa, Florida. She has a bachelor's degree in Speech Therapy and a Master's degree in Mental Health and Rehabilitation Counseling. Search for the Fountain is her third book. Her other books include I Would Be Loved and Americans Lost.