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Fragrance of a Thousand Magnolias: Collection of Short Stories and Poems
by Imogene Taylor
A walk into a warm, ultimately satisfying personal world filled with love, memories, and occasional loneliness, but overall the kind of place—and the kind of woman—you’d like to visit. These evocative poems and nine prose vignettes of a childhood rich with love offer deep glimpses into a fulfilled life—with a lot of questions still to be asked.
About the Author
Imogene Taylor was born and grew up in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, and has lived in Grove City, Ohio, since 1988. She is a full-blooded American Indian of the Choctaw Tribe of Oklahoma, and she also was a volunteer for Mount Carmel Hospice and Palliative Care Services and active in Women’s Missionary Union. And she has been a Sunday School teacher for all ages, men, women, and children, for over forty years. She cares about reading, writing, and creating personal cards for special occasions.
These stories and poems reflect Imogene Taylor’s personal experiences or are based on some portion of her own life, places she’s been, and people she’s known.
“I’ve always wanted to share my writings with the world but didn’t act on it until friends and family encouraged me,” she says. “I enjoy sharing my thoughts and experiences.” Her readers will too.
(2011, paperback, 100 pages)