Miriam Pia (Street Articles Author)

Author Bio:

She first wrote a novel at the age of 21 before having acquired a BS degree but having had an excellent high school education. It was because of that that she ever considered earning money writing. Her first published novel was only released in 2015, more than 20 years after she had first written one. She hopes to get the remake of that first one released within the next 2 years but isn't holding her breath.

During her late 30s, Miriam had a small break through and started getting paid at least a little bit regularly for writing, but normally at what might be called 3rd world wages. Despite this, her love for the craft of writing has caused her to continue to seek to improve not only in her craft but also in making the business aspect of it work.

To accomodate reality, Miriam expanded to include writing nonfiction, writing short works, and ghostwriting both fiction and nonfiction rather than only writing and submtting entire fiction novels or only fiction stories. She also writes poetry.

The philosophy booklet Five Big Questions in Life and how to answer them was published in 2012 by Wilder Publications, and The Double Life of Tutweiler Buckhead was published by SBPRA in 2015. These works and more are available both through her website and via Amazon, Barnes & Noble etc.. At brick and mortar book stores it may be necessary to request the item from the info. desk rather than finding it on the shelf.


Miriam has only ever won one athletic trophy. It was for women's novice martial arts sparring with LaVallee's Sport Karate in 1984 or 1985. The competition was regional. She was 17 at the time.

She did get Lifegaurd Certification at age 18.

Everson Museum of Art granted her an Honorable Mention in a visual art contest by high school students in the city of Syracuse NY in 1986.

In 1986 her peers voted her Most Unique Girl of Nottingham High School, Syracuse NY. In general terms she was one of the smart girls and a lot of her friends were moderate Hippie Liberal smart girls and even also boys.

It was a long time between then and the next award, but her BS degree is cum laude (2nd Honors), 1994.

Iliad Press Summer Art Awards: Honorable Mention for short fiction: 2002.

Intl. Society of Poetry:2 Editor's Choice Award for free verse poetry, 1 in 2003 & 1 in 2008.

Angie's Diary: Participation Award: Author of the Month July 2012

Adult Events. At age 27 she became a mother. She has one living child, a son.

She did marry and has both the love marks and emotional scars to prove it. He is not with her today. She is grateful that everyone is still alive.

She has lived mostly in the USA but lived in England for 5 years, and then after 10 years back in the USA, has been living in Germany since mid August of 2010.

Feeding Babies: from liquid to solid food
About your newborn's feeding Somebody probably told you, but your baby's first few months will involve a purely liquid diet of breast milk and/or formula. Doctors recommend breast feeding your bbaby for the first 6 months but it is a choice. My mother did not breast feed at all, and…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Jun 07, 2016  
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Philosophy & Gender - Intro Piece
Does philosophy have a gender? Interestingly enough, this depends on what one believes about knowledge. Throughout history, many in the field felt that abstract reasoning and logic had no relationship with gender. Truths could be revealed and everyone who used the correct methods and the correct information would get correct…
By:  in  Reference and Education  >  Continuing Education   Jun 05, 2016  
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Ken Wilber & Integral Philsophy
Ken Wilber & His Philosophy by Miriam Pia Ken Wilber is one of the dominant and ‘game changing’ American philosophers of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. His work broke with the status quo of academic philosophies of both the West and the East. Because of that, his work,…
By:  in  Self Improvement  >  Personal Growth   Jun 04, 2016  
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Motherhood - Nappies / Diapers
This is really happening So, you have had a baby or you will soon. Things that never used to matter may now make the difference between whether or not your entire family has a good day. Because it takes one and a half to three years for babies to become…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Babies Toddler   Jun 03, 2016  
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New Parents
What are the main challenges to new parents? New Demands Both parents contend with new demands on their energy. For women, the difference is much more visceral and hormonal than it is for fathers. Men may feel new pressures to function as providers for their family. Both parents have to…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   Jun 01, 2016  
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Basics About Breastfeeding
Breastfeeding You may begin considering whether or not to breastfeed before you give birth. At the moment, I will introduce you to some of the basics. Breastfeeding is something that people can get mixed emotions and mixed messages about. It is normally best for the baby, for up to 2…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   May 31, 2016  
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Developing Characters in Fiction
Fiction Writing Fiction writing is actually a broad category and can apply to TV, radio shows, short fiction, novellas, and of course novels. Plays and screenplays both also involve creating characters. In this article we will take a quick look at what is involved in creating good characters in your…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Creative Writing   May 31, 2016  
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Types of Mothers
Mothers Did you know that there are various types of mothers? It seems like an idea that one never thinks of, but once one starts thinking about it, one realizes - you know what, I already knew that. Shocked Moms These are women who defy their own expectations when they…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   May 29, 2016  
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Giving Birth - Options
Are there choices? If you are becoming a mother soon for the first time, you may want to know there are choices. You may or may not know that. There are women who strongly prefer to give birth in hospitals and others who desperately want to be able to have…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   May 28, 2016  
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Parenting and Religion
Mom & Dad - What's your religion? When people consider marriage, religion sooner or later comes into play. The old fashioned way was for prospective couples to be guided through the process by older people. When parents are great and understand their adult children correctly and agree with them then…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Motherhood   May 28, 2016  
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