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Fall Reflections 2015

It’s been a few months since Separation Anxiety: A Coming of Middle Age Story nudged itself onto real and virtual bookstore shelves. What an amazing time it has been for me, crisscrossing Canada to spread the word(s) in bookstores, cafes, outdoor markets, libraries and living rooms.

The best part this journey has been the stories that readers share – whether it’s a memory of Calgary and our beloved Chinook Centre (ca. 1970), the travels down anxious roadways in our minds, or the poignant reminders of our parents and loss. In this gentle season of reflection, I am
thankful for:

  • the honour (and relief) of giving the first copy to my mom last December. She passed away April 29.
  • reconnecting with friends and family — some of whom I haven’t seen in years
  • connecting with friends and family I never knew I had!

And I’m grateful for your support along the way.

Thanks for:  BUYING Separation Anxiety from

Sending you warm wishes for the season ahead,

Miji