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Anecdotes of Destiny, by Karen Blixen (1958)

          Anecdotes of Destiny was a birthday present from my parents last August but I only recently got around to reading it, having set it aside for a rainy – pardon me, snowy – day. I was well rewarded … Continue reading

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Will I, Won’t I?

     On the rare occasions when I discuss my writing with new acquaintances, one of the questions they inevitably end up asking me is “So have you published anything yet?” To which I have always been obliged to answer with … Continue reading

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