New Books, Senior Fiction

Senior Fiction – the Savannah Valley Series

We are SO excited to be able to offer these for our patrons! Savannah Valley is a fictional retirement community for the mega rich, but their stories will resonate with anyone moving through the 50+ phase of life. Inspirational, positive, and all short enough to read in a single sitting if you’d like! Stop in and check ’em out!

This brand new series, brought to you by the Mark Victor Hansen Library, features Savannah Valley, an imaginary upscale retirement community situated outside of Savannah, GA, where people go to experience the next wonderful phase of their lives. “Life does not end when people retire, and we wanted our books to reflect the enormous possibilities for people in their 50s, 60s, 70s, and more,” said Mark Victor Hansen, Founder of the Mark Victor Hansen Library and co-creator of the #1 bestselling series, Chicken Soup for the Soul®.

Rich Widows of Savannah Valley: You’ve Earned It, Ladies by Mitzi Perdue, which is about four independent, wealthy women who come to this community to enjoy this next phase of their lives but discover that all is not what it seems to be. It is laugh-out-loud hilarious. Start with this one to get a feel for the Savannah Valley ‘universe’!

All About Henry: Rich Widower of Savannah Valley by Lyle Lee Jenkins starts with Henry and his beloved wife of almost 50 years. As they were preparing for their golden years, the unthinkable happened. Now it’s up to him to find a reason to move on.

Ruby: Magic Comes from the Heart by Randall Kenneth Jones is about a woman of untold mystery. Ruby’s almost effortless impact on the magic of Christmas is a spectacle to behold. She opens hearts as quickly as she opens wallets.

Nightingale: Say Goodbye to Yesterday by Tony Lopes is filled with intrigue, personal drama, and new awareness about investment and generational wealth. It is fraught with emotion when residents try to force Adelia out of Savannah Valley.

Maestro: Songteller of Savannah Valley by Rick and Stacie Fessler asks the question, “What if you could inspire people to achieve what they didn’t believe possible?” The world changes when you can help others realize their hopes and dreams no matter their age.

Love After: Dreams Still Come True by Russell Gray and Mona Guarino is a journey of a widow and widower who must face their golden years alone. But the love between them erupts like a dormant volcano and takes them both by surprise.