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Tales from around the kitchen table
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Tales from around the kitchen table

This is such a beautiful piece on from bestselling novelist Mary-Anne O’Connor, whose gorgeous WWII saga Worth Fighting For is published this month. In it, she talks about the family legends learned around the dinner table of her youth, stories that would take new life in Mary-Anne’s delightful fiction.

But in our busy modern lives, in which mobile devices rule and precious moments are shared with social media friends before real-life ones, have we lost the art of dinner-table talk forever?

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