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The Ordinary Life of Nadia Lewis

The Ordinary Life of Nadia Lewis

Naomi P Lane


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This is a tale of trials and tribulations of lifelong friendship. Two girls meet when Susan's family moved into the road where Nadia lived. The two youngsters hit it off straight away and became an inseparable force to be reckoned with, not least on the school playground. The story begins by reminiscing about their school days and childhoods; imaginative games at the shopping centre, writing books together, re-enacting comedy sketches. They danced to music and swooned over popstars. They drifted apart slightly when they joined different social groups, but they remained friends throughout their teenage years experiencing all the things typical teenagers go through. When they turned eighteen, they went their separate ways - Nadia to university, Susan quickly moved out after deciding that staying at home was too boring. Life moved on and the girls grew up and started doing ‘adult things': moving in with long-term partners, working full-time, getting married and having children. But as everyone knows, adult life is not always smooth sailing.

ISBN : 978-1-78830-901-1

Published: 28/01/2021

Pages : 259

Size : 205x140

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Naomi P Lane

Naomi P. Lane was born in England and raised in British Columbia, Canada. She is a retired special education / French Immersion teacher of thirty years. Happily married with two grown children and one very spoiled rescue cat, she lives next to a beautiful, forested provincial park. Currently working on her second novel, which is a humorous look at the perils of midlife, Naomi enjoys collaborating on social media with other authors. On the average day, you will find her reading, writing, listening to world music, walking in the forest, swimming in the lake, doing yoga or playing guitar.

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