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This is a book called Shifting Pathways. I would call this a "beach reach" or "Chick Lit" with a special interest for older people.
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I envision a side profile of a brain as the main background. Within the brain there are three structures: Green Acres assisted living home, a Juvenile court, and something that represents Harvard (building or logo?). Morgan (the main character) in the center teaching a class. The two students to amplify are Walter (an older fit senior man) and Sebastian (a 17 year old who always wears black - I would like to see a bandage over his forearm as he has been abused. To the distant left is an older woman looking out window as and more forward are three figures (an older woman who can be a smaller distant figure, an older woman who has short spikey hair and wears a boa (more of a main character) and a 58 year old man bound to a wheelchair - they are all hiding behind some plants spying. I see the groves of the brain in the background. To the right of center are two doctors in white lab coats with stethoscopes around their neck. One is a handsome young doctor and the other is a wise older doctor.
I have drawn a picture of a rough idea of what I was thinking but as you will clearly see I lack artistry skills - please laugh. It's attached.
What follows is close to what will be on the back cover of the book:
Morgan Carmichael, an ambitious neuroscience PhD student at Harvard, desperately wants to be one of the youngest associate professors ever known, proving to herself (and her mother) that anything is possible if you focus, which requires avoiding distractions you can’t control; like people. Apparently, however, her department head requires that she possess some teaching experience – which she has virtually none. In order to fulfill this requirement, she decides to instruct a course in the community on how to build a stronger brain. Trying to keep costs down, she negotiates an agreement with a local assisted living home to house her course.
With all her current research geared towards young, collegiate minds, she is taken aback when she learns her entire class consists of eleven seniors (Walter being one) and one juvenile delinquent (Sebastian). The trio (Morgan, Walter and Sebastian) appear to have their paths placed before them but the material they are learning, the unpredictability of people in their lives (some comical and some dark) and their own deeper voice cause shifts they could have never prepared for.
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