I listen to a random selection of books, depending on what is easily available through the library's download services. . . . In addition, I occasionally listen to a volunteer-read book on Librivox.org, or to something I purchased on Audible.com. On the latter site (Amazon/Audible), I only download the best sale titles. Recently I was delighted by this book, "Agnes Hopper Shakes Up Sweetbriar" by Carol Guthrie Heilman. Instead of a twenty-something protagonist, Agnes Hopper is a feisty, spirited senior who is "relocated" to a retirement home at the beginning of this story. I thoroughly enjoyed the humor, annoyed thoughts, an occasional Bible verse or prayer, and the upbeat ending. The book also raised hard questions about the way seniors are treated, and motivated me to reach out to seniors in some capacity. After finishing the book, I messaged the author, and was happy to hear that Carol Heilman is working on a sequel. I find it thrilling to correspond with writers, so this was an extra treat.