Just finished re-reading Georgette Heyer’s, “Black Sheep.” Wonderful stuff. Just love it.
Some great comments on Margot Kinberg’s lovely review of “Letter From A Dead Man.” In particular that the line— ‘no man, however amiable, would allow me the independence I am accustomed to. And that is something I am not prepared to give up,’ sounds like something straight out of “Pride and Prejudice.”
Georgette Heyer has always been my favourite author. A good friend introduced me to her when I was in my twenties and I have read all her Regency books many times over since. “Venetia” is probably the one I like best, although that can change. I love “A Civil Contract,” too. “The Reluctant Widow,” and “The Unknown Ajax,” are close behind, as is “Arabella,” and “The Black Sheep.” I could go on……….
This is my first post on wordpress and it’s quite a day in its way. My first book, “Letter From A Dead Man” is free from Amazon until midnight (12th). It was a long, long road to get it published, and I’ll put more next time about how it came about, and tell you about my crazy cat, who loves to help me.