A.J. sets out on her travels in hopes of finding a man she had met ten years earlier in a small town diner. When she arrives to the same small town, the only thing left from her memory are a small house and the gas station.
When the owner of the gas station appears, she sees a similarity but realizes he is not the same man she seeks. When she asks about "Old Bill" finds she is face to face with his son, Bud.
Bud leads her to where "Old Bill", where A.J. is not faced with the old man but his grave. As she is enveloped with sorrow that she didn't make it back before his death, she becomes confused by the dates on his head stone.
Bud invites her into the house to meet his wife Esther and to hear how A.J. came to know his father.
They settle in at the kitchen table with apple pie and coffee, where a confused A.J. tells her tale.
I Don't Want to be Your Guru, but I Have Something to Say really gets you thinking. If you're confused about life, this title is surely going to enlighten you. Full of suggestions on how to change your way of thinking to make life a little easier, learning how to tell the difference between a "reaction" and a "response", you're going to see a straighter path. Shafer did a magnificent job as a life coach and really opens your eyes to a brighter future.
I highly recommend this book and give it ***** (5) Stars.~BK Walker, reviewer for BK Walker Books. Author of "Near Suicide" and "Dares And Dreams". http://bkwalkerbooks.weebly.com
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