Amelia Hewman was the nom de plume of a letter of protest I wrote to a local monthly newspaper, The Triangle in 2003. Amelia then took on an extraordinary life of her own as the protagonist in my doctoral thesis. It was she, not I, that explored the collected works of Alice A Bailey. I knew one day she’d re-surface and become a fully-fledged voice. While I get on with the grueling work of editing my current novel, she entertains me. I find in her good company. I hope you do to.