Thursday, November 22, 2012

The RNA Winter Party, The Dutch Edition of The Cornish House and A Catch Up

My shoes!
Well, it has been a crazy time...from the Festival of Romance ( I blogged about it here), DS2's 18th birthday, and finishing my edits on A Cornish Affair (YAY!).

Today I am sitting in PJs wondering if I really have to venture forth from the flat or can I just be lazy all day...

Aside from what's been mentioned above, I was on Sue Moorcroft's blog yesterday sharing a romantic dream of mine here to celebrate the release of her latest book Dream A Little Dream...there's a free copy of the The Cornish House on offer for the most romantic story...

The fabulous Tracey Edges reviewed The Cornish House on her Saturday morning Radio programme Edges Review. You can listen to the programme here and the review of The Cornish House comes about a half hour from the end of the programme...

I will be signing copies of The Cornish House in Truro at Waterstones on Saturday 24th of November from 11...please come by and say hello...


I'll also be in Fowey at the Mini Du Maurier Festival called the  Cornish Compendium with the wonderful Veronica Henry talking about Inspirational Cornwall (and there's a cream tea!) on Thursday the 29th at 4PM The Old Quay House Hotel. Please come if you are around. Tickets can be purchased here.

Sterren boven Cornwall (stars over Cornwall), the Dutch edition of the Cornish House is out now...so exciting

Yesterday I sent off the edited version of A Cornish Affair to my agent and my editor...nail biting time but also relief...now a few days to catch up with life and begin writing the next book! I'll be entering NaNoWri a bit late!!!!



8 comments:

Victoria Lamb said...

I'll deffo come and say hi at the Truro Waterstones signing on Saturday at 11am, as I'm signing at excatly the same time. Not your book, natch, but mine own.

See you there! Assuming we don't have to snorkel up and swim for it. Took me 10 hours to get from Bodmin to Westminster yesterday, thanks to cancelled trains dur to flooding, and today is not looking much better. Husband coming in car to rescue me at Bristol, as it's train chaos beyond there.

liz fenwick said...

Awesome! What brilliant news that you'll be there! Fingers crossed the weather cooperates.
lx

Debs Carr said...

You have so much going on at the moment, but then again you usually seem incredibly busy.

I love the shoes you wore to the RNA Winter Party, fabulous!

liz fenwick said...

I am always busy...and it must stop but I don't see that happening any time soon Debs!
lx

Edith said...

Congrats on the new translation. And I love your shoes!! xxx

D.J. Kirkby said...

Congrats on your Dutch edition and on finishing more edits on your next book but lets move on to the really amazing part of your blog post - your shoes! *dies of want*

Flowerpot said...

Sorry I'll be away Liz but well done on Dutch edition. I'd be bound to fall over in those shoes!

Leigh Russell said...

Congratulations on the translations! How exciting! I'm so pleased for you x