Check out www.hazelosmond.co.uk The lovely Hazel, author of Who’s Afraid of Mr. Wolfe, invited me to guest blog. Read the blog and find out more about Hazel’s writing! P.S. There’s a hint about my forthcoming novel, out soon with E-Scape. More info soon! Love, Georgia x
I’ve got a problem. Just the one I hear you cry? Well yes, just the one at present. I’m currently editing a novella soon to be published by E-Scape Press and am changing the names of some of the characters. I can’t come up with a name for my second male ‘lead’. I prefer […]
Like Elizabeth Bennet, I could spend my whole life in Derbyshire. Lucky Lizzie did so and even more fortunately married the delectable Darcy. I love the place for long weekends, even though I’ve never been lucky enough to happen upon a dishevelled Darcy sauntering through the grounds of his stately home! Mr. Darcy’s home […]
‘There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.’ So said Hamlet, who had just cause to say so, as the ghost of his father had just appeared before him. Before Christmas, on a bitterly cold Sunday afternoon, I had the pleasure of listening to Barbara Erskine speak […]
To celebrate E-book Week 6th – 12th March, E-Scape are offering 50% off their e-titles, including Pursued by Love.Check them out at the Smashwords website and quote the promotion code ‘RAE50’. Happy reading!
Two of my favourite authors collided recently, in the Saturday Telegraph. Sebastian Faulks gave his critique on the character of Mr. Darcy. It was in anticipation of the BBC2 series, Faulks on Fiction, beginning 5th February. I’ll certainly be tuning in to watch. What caught my attention wasn’t the picture of the delectable Colin Firth […]
I’m sorry I have neglected you all for so long. Christmas is always such a busy time, isn’t it? But may I wish you a very Happy New Year and a prosperous one too (despite the current economic climate). Here’s something to make us think of longer days and better weather and the scent of […]
Georgie (wasn’t being egotistical, it just suited her!) arrived in our lives in August. She’s a working cocker/springer spaniel cross, so is pretty lively. We love her but Bertie is reserving judgement!
Haven’t blogged for a while and this is why … I’m suffering from shed envy. Really bad shed envy. Let me explain. On one of my regular dog walks, I pass along a lane which has some rather nice barn conversions. One sunny autumn morning Bertie and I were wandering along when we heard the […]
Although this is a little late, I’m delighted to publicise my fellow scribbler Elizabeth Hanbury’s involvement in the celebration of Georgette Heyer’s work on Austenprose.com Make sure you look out for Ms. Hanbury’s review of Lady of Quality on 31st August. It’s sure to be a good read! For more details check out www.forromancereaders.com