You're never too old to follow your dreams . . . even if your dreams aren't age-appropriate.
Georgia Gorringe is an 86-year-old great-GREAT grandmother in Salt Lake City. She was a cake decorator until she retired, and several years ago she took a creative writing class.
And this year, under the penname "Georgie Marie", she published her first BOOK . . . a trashy ROMANCE NOVEL called "No Good-Bye".
According to Amazon.com, it's about a married woman in her 40s who falls in love with a RADIO HOST just from hearing his VOICE. (I'm starting to think she stole my life story. I'm HUGE with bored housewives.)
Even Georgia's daughter admits the book is pretty steamy, and says she was actually EMBARRASSED when she read some parts of it. But overall, she's proud of her mom.
By the way, Georgia claims the whole thing is made-up. But her daughter says a lot of it is BASED on real life. You can buy the book on Amazon for $11, or you can get the Kindle version for $2.99. (KUTV / Amazon)