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The Write Life With Clare Morris

Forgetting to Remember

Every so often I receive an email from a website called Chessworld.net. It says, 'Nigel, we've missed you at Chessworld.' They certainly have. I've gone missing. They've lost me.

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We are a little over 13,000 kilometres apart, and we’re actually very thankful to the internet for

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