About Carmen/Mirjam

My name is Carmen. Mirjam started this blog in 2012 but had to freeze it for a while due to work related changes. It’s back online for almost two years now. I’m grateful for the time I spend here, writing for my readers and exchanging thoughts with them.

Using my pen name, Mirjam Fels, I contributed to Wenn Kinder zu Hause zur Schule gehen by Thomas Mayer and Thomas Schirrmacher, VTR (9783933372871), which was a tremendous blessing. I assisted the authors in their research, translated some of the texts from English to German and had the honor of writing a part of the chapter Zur Frage der Sozialisation about socialization. I worked through two small English curriculum booklets, translating them into my native language (Unternehmen Auca and Die Schlacht des Trommlers).

Later on, using my given name, Carmen Walther, I translated some articles into German and wrote a movie review about Expelled for a Swiss Creation magazine. I had been working as a translator and ghost writer on an online platform until 2015 when I stopped due to an inner conflict.

If you would like to know more about me and/or living in Ireland please consider visiting me at Carmen In Ireland  or connect with me at Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter.