Festival of Romance and other things

This summer is flying by very quickly and it’s time to look forward to the autumn, which promises to be great fun!  First, I have the RNA’s Regency Celebration to look forward to – a mixture of serious talks (eg. Dr Jennifer Kloester on Georgette Heyer and Her Life) and more frivolous activities, such as demonstrations of Regency Clothing and Dancing, as well as Parlour Games, a Regency Walk, Afternoon Tea, Quiz, a Competition, Book Stall and Author Signings.  This will be held at the Royal Overseas League, Park Place, off St. James’s Street, London SW1A 1LR (near Green Park tube station).

Then there is the Festival of Romance, a weekend at Hunton Park, near Watford.  There will be panels, debates, reading groups, a book fair, writing workshops, a fashion show (which I’m taking part in!), book awards and finally a ball!  If you’re a reader (or writer) of romance, this is something you won’t want to miss – hope to see you there!  Oh, and did I mention that Choc Lit are sponsoring a chocolate tasting?  What could be better?

Finally, this week the September issue of Writing Magazine came out and my lovely friend Margaret James has included some of my comments in one of her articles – thank you, Margaret!


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