Nancy Rossman, author of "First Love, Last Dance" , has been a story teller her entire life. Following a successful career as a commercial real estate broker, Nancy turned to her first, true love of writing for her second career. In 1999 Nancy began in earnest to study writing and attend writers’ workshops to develop her skill more thoroughly. Over the years she has studied at Centrum and Tin House with Alan Furst, Dorothy Allison, Valerie Miner, Abigail Thomas, and Ann Hood. In 2001 she won first place in a new talent contest by the Phoenix Writer’s Group for “Matchmaker, Retired.”
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"First Love, Last Dance" is a memoir of hope and second chances. The story of Nancy's mother, Elise Hunter’s life, who waited over 50 years to finally be connected with Peter Eaves, her first love. In the intervening years, Elise married Rich Wilson (Nancy's father), traded a genteel southern life in Atlanta for life on a farm in Lodi, Ohio, and raised three children. During it all she remained in touch with Peter Eaves. Late in life, both widowed, Peter and Elise resumed the love affair that had begun in their youth, and found a happiness that they've now shared for fifteen years.
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