A Boomer's Path is a collection of thoughts and poetry written by author and Baby Boomer, Adrian L. Kerley. In this first collection, Adrian explores the many experiences of Boomer... the paths traveled throughout life. 

A Boomer's Path 
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Book 1

Poetry

The Boomer's entire, three volume poetry collection is now on sale! 

Volume 1 Hardback- $18.95

Volume 2 Hardback - $17.95

Volume 3 Hardback- $17.95

Paperback editions also available!

To get your first edition copy of Adrian Kerley's poetry collections, contact aboomerspath@gmail.org

Book 2

A Boomer Uncharted
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This book, Kerley's second, is an emotional coming of age work for a boomer already full of experience and observation. Daunting issues of age, aloneness, companionship and purpose are but a few of the underlying currents resulting in emotional turbulence. His unique ability to capture the essence of nature through imagery continues from his first book with an even greater refinement and elegance. 

Book 1

A Boomer's Path 
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A Boomer's Path is a collection of thoughts and poetry written by author and Baby Boomer, Adrian L. Kerley. In this first collection, Adrian explores the many experiences of Boomer... the paths traveled throughout life. 

Book 3

A Boomer Lifted
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In a world gone mad with overwhelming complexity, Kerley has provided a place of tranquility and an away for momentary intermission. Here the reader will find thoughts luminous and apt for lifting the soul to mountaintop observations. Through the skillful use of imagery one indeed may find themselves idly holding hands and communing with nature "in tones of hushed quiet that sends them back renewed, restored and resolved to fight again."