Heyer Society – a new website

Heyer Society is a new website dedicated to Georgette Heyer. The amazing Rachel Hyland has created  www.heyersociety.com and it’s a great go-to site for all Heyer fans. It’s a blog and a community, with daily …

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All Things Georgette

The Black Moth – the missing dusjacket

Georgette Heyer’s first novel, The Black Moth, was published in September 1921. It was her only novel published by Constable, who bought the rights for £100.

The Nowhere Child by Christian White

The Nowhere Child – Book Review

The Nowhere Child is a riveting read – a real page-turner. This is the perfect book for the holidays and a great beach read. I was lucky enough to interview Christian White last month and he is a as compelling as his novel.

The Word Wenches

The Word Wenches

The Word Wenches are a dynamic group of authors who’ve been blogging since 2006. Describing themselves as “Eight authors plotting in the present, writing about the past … and improvising all the rest”.

Michael McGirr in Conversation

Michael McGirr in Conversation

Join Jennifer and Michael McGirr in conversation at the The High Ground, Geelong Library and Heritage Centre, Tuesday 4 December 2018 at 7:00pm

In Conversation with Christian White

Christian White In Conversation

Christian White has written a cracking debut novel in The Nowhere Child and I’m excited to be speaking with him on Tuesday 27 November at the Geelong Library.

All Things Georgette

A Special Tribute to Georgette Heyer from Lady Rougier

A Beloved Son Georgette Heyer only had one child, a son she named Richard. It was a favourite name which she had used in several of her early novels and short stories. He was born …

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All Things Georgette

Memories of Aunt Georgette – All things Georgette

I first met Georgette Heyer’s nephew, Major-General Jeremy Rougier in 2003. His father, Leslie Rougier, was Ronald’s  (Georgette’s husband’s) elder brother and a lieutenant-colonel in the Lancashire Fusiliers. Jeremy was only seven when, in May …

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Mrs Harris Goes to Paris by Paul Gallico

Mrs Harris Goes to Paris – Book Review

When Christmas Day is over and all the relatives have gone home it’s finally time to relax. For me that means curling up with a good book. Several good books. This time of year there’s …

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