Monthly Archives: June 2019

The New Me

Originally posted on An' de walls came tumblin' down:
“Hello, I’m Miriam Drori – author, editor and… novice poet.” That’s how I introduced myself at this poetry reading: I’ve never thought of myself as a poet, but I’m very proud…

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Word Tip 9: Accents / Diacritic Marks and Apostrophes

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Welcome to the next in a series of tips on using Microsoft Word, geared towards authors. Most Word advice is rather complicated and full of things you’ll never need to know.…

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Divided by a Common Language

Originally posted on An' de walls came tumblin' down:
A huge welcome to the author Olga Swan, whose new book, An Englishwoman in America, is about to be published. Hi Miriam!  I’m honoured to be invited onto your esteemed blog.…

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Spotlight: Sue Barnard, Finding Nina

Originally posted on Jennifer C. Wilson:
Today, I’m delighted to welcome the wonderful Sue Barnard to the blog, with a post all about rationing during WWII, and the setting for her out-tomorrow novel, Finding Nina. There’s also a couple of recipes…

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