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"Everybody does have a story," Gail Caldwell once told an interviewer. "That's where stories come from." In the case of the Pulitzer Prize winner herself, those stories have resided in books about very real transitions; for example, the life and passing of a dear friend (Let's Take the Long Way Home) and the coming-of-age of a young woman (A Strong West Wind). New Life, No Instructions is a memoir about a turning point that at first seems like more than a midlife crisis and then becomes something far more welcome than a catastrophe. An empowering remembrance for all of us changelings.