Liz Hurley Writes…


A History of Mevagissey

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For over eight hundred years Mevagissey has flourished beside the south Cornish coastline. It has, in its heyday, been a globally significant port, lighting the streets of London in the eighteenth century and feeding the homes of Europe. 
It has been battered by freak storms and a cholera outbreak but has continued, unbroken, contributing in no small part to the colonisation of the world by Cornish men and women.

This potted history gives an insight into the history of the village and takes a humorous look behind the scenes into what it is like to actually live and work in Cornwall’s second largest fishing port. It debunks a few myths and introduces some lively, tall tales, as told through local voices.

Radio Cornwall Interview

“A lovely lighthearted journal of family life from a working mother’s point of view. Will make you laugh out loud! Beautiful descriptions of gorgeous Cornwall.”

Matteus – Amazon

The Cornish Years is a collection of two books featuring opinion pieces and lifestyle columns from the Cornish Guardian. Available in print or as a download.


Line Them Up

The Line them Up Series, is a collection of the same columns, but in shorter bursts.  At 99p a download they are perfect to dip in and out of. Better yet the first one is free.

Monkey The First Shot 2 1 2
Twice As Good (1)
Three Pol Pen
Forever falling 1
Five Star (2)


Liz is available for interviews and readings. For further details please get in touch.