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Fathers & Sons & Daughters
So what are fathers supposed to teach their kids anyway? And what do their kids teach them?
So what are fathers supposed to teach their kids anyway? How to ride a bike, throw a baseball, a left hook? Sure. But what about the deeper truths, the “quiet desperation” stuff that Thoreau talked about? And what about daughters versus sons? Are the lessons different?
What if you could remove the sometimes awkward walls that grow between fathers and sons (and to a lesser extent, daughters and fathers, if only during adolescence)? If you had a chance to sit down face-to-face with your Dad an
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Dear WEbook writers and readers,
After five wonderful years of running WEbook.com, it is with great sadness that we have decided to close the site. We are one of the last to take this step but despite spending a huge amount of our own money, at some point the money runs out and we, like Book Country, Authonomy, Figment and many others, have been forced to make this painful decision.
The lights will be turned off for a final time on March 31st 2018, after which WEbook.com will cease to exist. Any work that you would like to retain must be downloaded from your account by midnight GMT on March 31st, 2018. Anything that is left on the site after this will be unrecoverable in accordance with the Data Protection Act, 1998.
Although our time with WEbook has come to an end, if you would like to make us a serious offer, now is your opportunity. Drop us a line at: firstname.lastname@example.org
WEbook has taken us on a wonderful journey, with a group of really talented writers. Thank you to everyone for putting so much effort into the site, and of course into each other's writing.
Just don’t stop writing because of us!
The WEbook Team
(28th February 2018)