In this value-priced book comprised some of material from the author archives and mainly new material written for this collection, sample a wide variety of ideas all brought together under the common theme of the ages and stages of life. A woman tries to learn to enjoy Halloween as an adult. Another woman struggles with the idea she might never have children. A man deals with his attraction to the caregiver after the death of his long-ill wife. Someone has an awkward reunion with a childhood friend. These are just some of the themes tackled in AT THE END OF INNOCENCE'S ROAD: AN ANTHOLOGY OF STORIES AND POEMS COVERING THE JOURNEY FROM CHILDHOOD TO OLD AGE, a "value priced collection" of twelve short stories and eleven pieces of poetry. This collection includes "What Goes Around," a sequel short story to "Birth Pains" which appeared in SEARCH FOR A WOMAN: AN ANTHOLOGY OF STORIES AND POEMS LOOKING AT WOMEN FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE. Many story experiences for one low price!