Nothing for Tomorrow: a memoir
After divorcing her husband and moving to Arizona, Nancy is eager to build a brand new life for herself-but it's not until she meets Tim that she feels like she has a second chance at romance. He's boyish and fun, twenty years old to her thirty-two, and she feels herself blossom under his affection.
Even more unexpected is the development of a meaningful friendship with his mother, Lynda, who Nancy is drawn to from the start. They listen to each other without judgment, share their deepest secrets, and quickly become the best of friends.
Nancy soon learns that Lynda suffers from chronic pain due to old horseback injuries, however, and she's in a near-constant state of suffering. Relying on prescription drugs to get by, Lynda begins to lose hope that her condition will ever improve, as the pain becomes more and more unbearable.
But when life no longer feels like it's worth living, who has the right to say when enough is enough? Nothing for Tomorrow explores this controversial issue through a story of life-renewing romance, long-lasting friendship, and the everyday assumptions we make about life and death.
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About the Author
After working in business for more than thirty-five years, Nancy Rossman jumped into the world of writing at age fifty-five. Over a ten-year period, she attended writers' workshops at Centrum, Tin House, and Stone Coast, studying with notable authors such as Dorothy Allison, Alan Furst, Ann Hood, and Abigail Thomas.
Her debut book, First Love, Last Dance, is a memoir about her mother that received attention from NBC in Atlanta as well as CNN.
An Ohio native, she learned about hard work and responsibility from growing up on a farm, which she says has saved her many times over. She graduated from Miami University and then lived in the Seattle area for fifteen years. She now resides in Scottsdale, Arizona, with her husband, Sheldon, and their beloved bichon, Sophie.