As a certified introvert living alone for the past 20 years I have read a lot of books, even more after moving to Cuenca seven years ago and buying a Kindle. It is so nice to see a title, want it, and within a minute or two, have it. I have quite often read a book that I think others would like but I have never made the effort to tell others about it. I turned 89 recently and so, chronologically, I am an old man, with a retirement income that comfortably meets my modest needs. My health is basically…
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