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A Revelation and a Birthday

A-Z ChallengeYes, it’s finally time to reveal my theme for the A-Z Challenge this year.

In 2011, I didn’t have a theme. I posted mainly on the themes of this blog: writing and social anxiety.

In 2012, I wrote about places in Jerusalem.

In 2013, my theme was memoir writing. I learned a lot that year. One day, I might put that knowledge to use.

In 2014, I highlighted authors, including some of my new friends all published by Crooked Cat.

In 2015, ….

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Writing Historical Fiction

I will publish 26 posts on the theme of writing historical fiction. I’ve never written historical fiction and don’t know much about it, so I’m hoping all you experts out there will help me by adding comments to my posts. I’m really excited to be doing this and I do have a little idea about where this might lead.

And…

Happy Birthday!

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This blog is six years old today.

This was my first post:

Speech is silver. Silence is…

…not golden. Just a fake gold that soon dulls.  Like the necklace I bought in Cyprus. They told me it was gold. I knew they were lying, but I bought it anyway. I felt I had to buy something because they gave me tea….

I’ve been keeping silent for most of my life. It’s time to talk.

So tune in again, keep in touch and don’t suffer in silence.

So much has happened since then. Thank you for being part of it.

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By Miriam Drori

Author, editor, attempter of this thing called life.

16 replies on “A Revelation and a Birthday”

I live and breathe historical, and have been writing exclusively 20th century historical for over 20 years now. Prior to that, I was in love with 18th and 19th century historical, and will someday resurrect those long-shelved characters. I’ll be looking forward to your theme, and seeing what kind of historical you’re interested in.

History has always been a special subject for me, but I’ve been cautious about writing Historical Fiction. Look forward to your A to Z – mine is historical too, The War of 1812, which I’m researching for a Memoir that appears in a present day mystery.

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