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Stuff That Happened

Vicky Stonebridge

Publisher: Markosia Enterprises Ltd

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This collection of comic strips from 2013 to 2014 by Vicky Stonebridge weave an honest and personal tale of coming down with a life changing illness, of managing transition, stress, worry and more importantly, the little moments in life that make it worth living no matter what ‘stuff happens’.

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