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Nick Lewis is an author, poet and artist. He is currently working on a serialised novel based on his experience of living with MS. We are delighted to share three chapters from the author's work-in-progress: ‘Travels With My Self’.

self-portrait of the artist/ authors face using expressive strokes of the paintbrush and bold colours

Self-portrait © Nick Lewis

Nick Lewis is an author, poet and artist. He is currently working on a serialised novel based on his experience of living with MS. We are delighted to share three chapters from the author's work-in-progress: ‘Travels With My Self’.

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watercolour of a series of ripples on the surface of water

Watercolour of a pond at Farmoor © Nick Lewis

Nick Lewis is an author, poet and artist. He is currently working on a serialised novel based on his experience of living with MS. We are delighted to share three chapters from the author's work-in-progress: ‘Travels With My Self’.

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close up painting of the upper features of a face, focussing on the eyes

Two Sides Of Lucien Freud © Nick Lewis

Nick Lewis is an author, poet and artist. He is currently working on a serialised novel based on his experience of living with MS. We are delighted to share three chapters from the author's work-in-progress: ‘Travels With My Self’.

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watercolour of flowers

Birthday Flowers © Nick Lewis

Nick Lewis is an author, poet and artist. He is currently working on a serialised novel based on his experience of living with MS. We are delighted to share three chapters from the author's work-in-progress: ‘Travels With My Self’.

Comments

10 August 2016

Ingelise Rohde

Dear Nick, Do you remember me? We met in Crete and I and a friend were visiting you 6 years ago. i have read your story and I am very impressed by your paintings. I wish the very best for you and your family. How old is Louis now? A big hug Ingelise in DK

8 March 2016

Deborah Caulfield

This is excellent.

There's a lovely looseness about the writing, yet it's also full of detail and dialogue.

An enjoyable and interesting read.

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