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This is so lovely; the story of a London house and the family who lived there, wrapped together quite beautifully.
The author explained what she did far better than I ever could. 801 more words
Perhaps contentious, the words of the distinguished novelist Rumer Godden, OBE, whose work and remarkable life I admire, are on my mind. By mid July the vegetable garden-come-nursery is usually heaving with gluts of one sort or another. 946 more words
When I was a child my mum bought me a copy of a book called: “Miss Happiness and Miss Flower,’ by Rumer Godden. We didn’t have lots of money to spare on new books, but books were important to us as a family, and buying secondhand books was totally acceptable if it meant you could keep feeding the reading habit. 592 more words