With wry, dry humor, Ann Tudor explores the physical and mental phenomena of aging, chronicling the incremental changes that assail us on our way to the Land of Old. Beneath it all is a deep awareness of the possibility of spiritual development as we move toward the inevitable end.
Ann Tudor is a Toronto-based writer of creative non-fiction whose current work includes memoirs and personal essay collections. She has a degree in English from DePauw University and an M.A.T. degree from Vanderbilt University. Her best-selling audiobooks include Tales from My Table, Rosie & the Angels, and I Love Pie. Available commercially for the first time now are We Called Her Eileen, and A Child's Midwestern Christmas. At various times of her fascinating life she has been a church organist, craftsperson, wife-mother-grandmother, cook, student of the cello, hands-on healer, and editor for a library science publisher. From each of her vocations and avocations she has coaxed a little additional information on how to make it through the journey of life. You can find essays and information at scenesfromthejourney.blogspot.com.