'I'd like to tell you a story', an old woman says to her beloved great-granddaughter - and thereby hangs a tale . . . . and what a tale . . . In 'Warm Moonlight', Joseph Wurtenbaugh, the author of 'The Old Soul', presents a supernatural tale done his way. It's a story of adventure and rescue,... read more
“The most subtle and dedicated oppressors of young women have always been older ones.”
“The generations change, but the hormones don't. Neither do the motives for rebellion, nor the methods of rebellion.”
“Indulgence in pleasure can be as much an exercise in self-mortification as indulgence in pain.”
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