Author Archives: Miriam

About Miriam

Writer, editor, attempter of this thing called life.

Letters from Elsewhere: Joseph Flynn

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Today’s guest has travelled here through air and time. Joseph Flynn comes from 18th Century Ireland, where he plays an important role in Heart of Stone by John Jackson. He is…

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Letters from Elsewhere: Hunter

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Welcome readers and welcome to my guest today. He’s called DI Hunter Wilson and that sounds to me a fitting name for a detective. Hunter has come all the way from…

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Letters from Elsewhere: Tina

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I think I’ve found a kindred spirit today! She seems timid. Many would call her shy, but I’ve always been wary of using that term for others, because I never agreed…

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Letters from Elsewhere: Maria Ferreira

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I’m delighted to have a visit today from Maria Ferreira, mother of the narrator in the about-to-be-released Chasing the Case by Joan Livingston. Although we have never met before, I’ve read…

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Forty Years

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Which forty years am I referring to in my title? The Children of Israel spent forty years wandering in the desert before they came to the Promised Land. (Some say that’s…

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