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What would you do if…..?

What would you do with one year left to live? Paul Kalanithi chose to write. The fruition of his choice is his first and only book: When Breath becomes Air. The book is a memoir of his life journey from literature graduate to neurosurgeon, and from doctor to patient after a diagnosis of inoperable lung […]

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View from Maggie’s: Writing at a Cancer Care Centre

‘Sometimes I can see the hills of Wales…’ Paul reads his piece of free-writing in response to our Writing Group’s opening prompt: ‘Sometimes I can see..’ He describes, in attentive detail, a landscape he loves. Alan’s writing takes us into a different sort of seeing. He envisages a world beyond the troubles of this one, […]

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All The Light We Cannot See

‘I’ve got a bone to pick with you,’ said a smiling participant at last Saturday’s Write for Growth. ‘It’s that book you recommended. I stayed up half the night reading it. I was tired out the next day.’ She was referring to Anthony Doerr’s captivating novel ‘All the Light We Cannot See.’ It’s my favourite […]

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20-Minute Wonder

There’s something about 20 minutes. Maybe it’s because it represents the average adult attention span, but spending this time-slot on activities of all kinds seems to bring results: 20-minute meals are the promise of many a recipe website; 20 minutes of regular, vigorous exercise reduces the premature death-rate by…. you’ve guessed it, 20% (Beyond that, […]

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