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About the author:
Dr Audrey Coateworth is a retired psychiatrist. She now distils her experience and knowledge into poetry for all ages.
She trained as a doctor at Edinburgh University Medical School ( Scotland), qualifying in 1962. She married, had two children and when they went to school, she trained and worked as a psychiatrist, to fit in with their school hours.
She continued in that speciality for the next 35 years, retiring due to physical ill health in 2006. Since then she has been writing.
Her latest books are 'Poems in times of grief' and 'Twilight Years' - a book for 'old folks'- her own age group.
Her other books are:-
Poems for 3-7 years
Growing Up - for 7-12 years
Coping with illness and grief - for 7-12 years
Choice for Teenagers
And for older readers:-
Daily Life, From Darkness to Light, A Spiritual Journey, Kaleidoscope BOOK 1 and BOOK 2 ( and the Collection) and Facing each day.
She has written a series of articles, which are in the book - 'thoughts' of a retired psychiatrist.
Her first 'novel' is a past life story 'Beyond Mercy' - is it true? Only time will tell.
A short story( + 10 relevant poems) for girls aged 8-11years - The girl who had everything - and more
All her books can be bought as paperbacks published by Createspace - from Createspace estore via her website( search on web for Audrey Coatesworth) and Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com
They are available as eBooks for Kindle from Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com
Poems for 'old folk'
This is a book of 67 poems in 146 pages, written by retired psychiatrist Dr Audrey Coatesworth. These are written for 'old folks' - her own age group.
The poems comment on many aspects of life in old age, with insight and, often, with humour.
Dr Audrey Coatesworth says:
'I have previously published poetry books for each age group except specifically for the elderly. I write from my experience of life and from the knowledge gained in thirty-five years of psychotherapeutic work.
The poems in this book may seem to many to be about 'nothing' but to others about 'everything', such can be the importance of, and the energy needed to cope with, the minutiae of every day at this time of life, particularly if illness is a problem.
I know - I am there!
I hope these poems bring comfort, encouragement, humour and a sense of 'solidarity' - we are many travelling the same river and in different but similar boats.'
- Publication Date:
- 1482677016 / 9781482677010
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Poetry / Subjects & Themes / General