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No empty nest

One of the things people said when I told them I’d finished my novel was, “So I guess you’re wondering what to do now. It must feel like your child has left home.” My inner response to that is that … Continue reading

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At lewis ends again

When I was a child, I read all the Paddington Bear books. Paddington used the phrase “at lewis ends” instead of “loose ends”, and it became a byword in our family for that state of not knowing what to do … Continue reading

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At lewis ends

When I was a child I read a series of English children’s books about Paddington Bear (so named because he had been found at Paddington tube station). Paddington, in the way of storybook bears, was rather more human than otherwise, … Continue reading

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