Author Archives: Miriam

About Miriam

I’m a writer and an editor. I blog about writing and social anxiety and Jerusalem and whatever else interests me.

Celebrating a Decade and a Half

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Fifteen years have passed since the day that changed my life. It seems like yesterday and it seems like a century ago. So much has happened since that day – good…

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Winner!

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Last Thursday, my friend and fabulous author, Sue Barnard, launched her new book, Never on Saturday, published by Crooked Cat. She held a launch party and I was delighted to be…

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Everything you wanted to know about The Women Friends: Selina

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In this post, I will endeavour to put all the information about The Women Friends: Selina in one place. If I forget anything, or more details become available, I will add…

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Trip to the Vs

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My recent trip to the Vs was exciting and fascinating. Vienna I’d never been to Austria before and probably wouldn’t ever have gone if I hadn’t written about this city in…

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A Misunderstanding in 1663

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As Jonathan Sacks (who is himself quite famous) wrote in The Algemeiner, the famous English diarist, Samuel Pepys, paid his second visit to the Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue in Creechurch Lane in the…

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