In memoriam: Ursula K. Le Guin

In memoriam: Ursula K. Le Guin

The world has become a little bleaker as we say goodbye to fantasy and science fiction author Ursula K. Le Guin. For many fantasy and science fiction authors, Le Guin was a founding mother of the genre. She was a progressive writer, one who defied conventions and paved ways for all generations of writers who came after her. She was brilliantly intelligent, humorous, and above all, a very talented wordsmith. Her presence will be sorely missed by many. May these words of wisdom ring forever true in the minds of budding and established authors.


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Henry’s mother gave him up for adoption and although he’s been the most loved boy in the world, he always wondered why his birth mother gave him away.

Elizabeth wanted a son, a little man to dote upon, but she always worried he would leave her one day, like the man she had intended to be his father.

Rachel had to give her son up for adoption, just like her mother gave her up when she was born, but she always wondered, what if…?

A chance encounter changes their lives forever and brings to light emotions all three have been trying to suppress. Can they all move on now their lives are entangled, especially when they’re all holding on to the secrets in their past?

Loving Henry is a novel about the search for identity and purpose, and an examination of the true meaning of family.

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