Liz Hurley Writes…
Hatshepsut c.1507–1458 BC I had gone to great lengths to make it to this NADFAS as I am on a mission to not miss any and despite the disappointing start to the year I was not going to let […]
Thrilled to announce I have signed a contract with the publisher Hera Books for a two book deal featuring the Wiverton Sisters. https://www.herabooks.com/news/hera-sign-two-womens-fiction-novels-debut-author-liz-hurley/ They have taken on the rights for Under Flint Skies which will be re-released in February […]
Today’s headlines sounded rather jolly, the ebook is declining, the print book is rising, ra ra ra. Here’s the BBC story: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-39718016 “Last year, one of the most eye-catching figures from our statistics was that physical book sales were increasing […]
As some of you may know we have a springer spaniel going by the name of Harry. He’s three years old now, and I have always meant to get him trained properly, it is after all what he is bred […]
Much was lost after the Russian Revolution but I hadn’t realised that we had lost so much stunning art. Not that the paintings were destroyed but the Russian artists fled and those that remained or emerged were forced to paint […]
Behind the Veil: the Arts of Islamic Persia – John Osborne So my second BODFAS approached and I was determined not to make such a mess of it this time. However, the fates are cruel and things cropped up. The phone […]
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