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Biddy Interviews her Biographer (Part 2)

Here’s the second half of Biddy Chambers interviews her biographer. (You can read the first half here) This is an imagined exchange between Biddy and Michelle Ule–written by me. Why did you write about Biddy? BC: “My question is why you wrote about me in the first place.” MU: You were such an engaging character […]

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A Biddy Interview with Her Biographer

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Biddy Chambers turned the tables to interview her biographer–me. This is all imaginary–she died before I turned ten–but it’s fun for me as I prepare to launch Mrs. Oswald Chambers. (You can read my questions to Biddy here, here and here.) The genesis behind this imaginary interview blog series is, when I enter heaven, Biddy […]

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An (Imagined) Biddy Chambers Interview (Part 3): Privacy

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I’m having way too much fun with the imagined Biddy Chambers interview idea. The first two dealt with the concept of me writing her biography (part 1) and the move to Egypt (part 2). Since I’m inventing these interviews, I took the opportunity to include an amused Oswald Chambers sitting by. In this blog post, […]

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Whatever Happened to Kathleen Chambers?

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Kathleen Chambers, Oswald and Biddy’s only child, is the subject of many searches on Google. Of course I know what happened to her. It’s all in my book, Mrs. Oswald Chambers, which will be published in October 2017. The little girl who spent crucial years in a WWI camp served as a major source I […]

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To “Pull a Biddy,” and Other Adventures

I’m recently returned from a trip in which I needed to “pull a Biddy,” to encourage myself. I may be the only person who uses that term, but my family understands what I mean. They’ve been living with the Biddy and Oswald Chambers story just as much as I have for the last four years! But […]

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