On Morton Gray’s blog talking all things flowery, sunshiny and positive. If you’re longing for summer this chilly January day, take a look. Love, Georgia x PS if anyone knows where the quote, ‘Flowers heal the soul’ comes from, please tell me!
Here it is. Hopefully out next month (I’m currently proof reading it). I love the characters in this one and it was a dream to write. It’s an uplit romcom, a sort-of update on Calamity Jane and features gardener Janey and sexy accountant Will. There’s a cocker spaniel called Camilla and a host of characters […]
Those of you who read my books and follow me on social media will know, to use an understatement, that I’m fairly dog-oriented. I’ve owned and lost two much-loved and much-missed spaniels and now share my home and usually my lap, with a show type cocker and a cockapoo. I’ve written about lots of dogs: […]
Happily guesting on the fabulous Sue Fortin’s blog. Linky thing: Love, Georgia x
Happy New Year everyone. Hope 2020 brings you all you wish for – and more 🥰 However you celebrate, enjoy! Love, Georgia x
Huge thanks to all of you for buying, reading, reviewing and sharing. Wishing you all a very Happy Christmas full of love (and good books!). Love, Georgia x
As you can probably tell it’s been nose to the key-board recently. As well as doing edits for the new release, I’m also on the second draft of a new Berecombe book. The publication of On a Falling Tide took me slightly by surprise. After three years of trying to place it, it came out […]
Delighted to announce my latest book is now out from BLKDog Publishing. If you like romantic, spooky mysteries this might be right up your street!
Can’t believe how the time has flown. I’ve neglected you. I do have my reasons though. I’ve moved house – again! And, as well as being surrounded by endless packing cases, I’ve also been writing something new. For those of you who love Berecombe, this might hit the spot. I’ve inherited an AGA with this […]
The chance to see a stage adaptation of Persuasion in the very town where a crucial scene is set and where Jane Austen herself stayed, had me booking tickets straightaway. Once again, it was time to visit the Marine Theatre in Lyme Regis, or as it’s known, ‘the little theatre by the sea.’ Persuasion […]