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Tag Archives: Alaska
Today we’re going to join my friend Lela Markham from Authonomy days, as she goes hiking in Alaska. This is the setting for her new book Mirklin Wood and she gives us tantalising glimpses of her beautiful descriptive prose. Over to you, … Continue reading →
My good friend in Alaska, Lela Marham, is my guest on this very special day, the launch of her wonderful atmospheric book The Willow Branch, which I first read on Authonomy. If you wish to be reminded what a versatile and interesting … Continue reading →
I’m Lela Markham, an Alaskan writer. I’m a Christian who lives in Alaska and Jane and I know each other from the Authonomy writer’s site, where my book “The Willow Branch” is available for reading. And you may notice that … Continue reading →
Last week I visited story-teller Lela Markham in her home in Alaska, and today she’s returning the favour. We’ll be exchanging more visits in the future, but first, I have some questions to ask her. Lela Markham on Moose Creek, … Continue reading →