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In 1992, Ben Tallis is coming to terms with the recent death of his father. His ability to cope isn t helped by the fact he s secretly in love with one his best friends. At least keeping a daily journal helps him make sense of events, and he believes it s the perfect preparation for his plan to one become a successful journalist. In 2012, Ben has achieved his career ambition he s a highly respected journalist and is engaged to a hardworking and ambitious lawyer. But this seemingly perfect relationship is fraught with problems. Ben mentions in passing to his editor he has received an invitation to a 20 year school reunion but doesn't want to go. His editor, however, smells a great feature article and insists Ben returns home, faces his past including his secret teenage yearning and writes a feature on how much we change and yet in so many ways stay the same. As Ben reluctantly re-engages with his past, he soon comes to realize that we can never run from the truth or who we truly are.
Daniel Gothard lives in Oxford with his wife and three children. He has a CertHE and MA in creative writing. He has previously had two novels published and appeared in numerous literary journals and anthologies in the UK and abroad. His last novel - 'Friendship and Afterwards' - was nominated for The People's Book Prize. He is also an Arts Correspondent for After Nyne magazine.