Whether we have long hours to fill, or not a moment to spare, time plays an important part in all our lives. We might not watch the clock, but we can't escape the impact of the seconds ticking away. Time waits for no woman, neither will it accelerate at her command. It's no more considerate of men, children and teddy bears.
Being a little early, or late, can have a big impact; it could mean missing a train, inheritance, or much needed meal. Or help us catch a crook, rescue a neighbour, show us what's really important. Maybe it's not our own timekeeping we have to worry about, but that of loved ones, colleagues or adversaries.
You can read each of the stories in this book in just a few minutes, or enjoy all 25 at once over several hours.
Congratulations on the collection Patsy. Can I ask if there's been any developments on the WW front? I'm tending to use your blog to keep up to date on things.
Sorry, Sophie – I've been away and offline for a while. I'm not aware of any changes so far.
Thanks Patsy - and thanks for all your work keeping the blog going. Writing is such an isolating thing to do. It makes a big difference having a forum like this.
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