Just picked up my copy of People’s Friend Winter Special. Full of great stories. I love the magic apple tree one Pat. Always full of those fabulous stories that I love, it’s guaranteed to keep you engrossed.
Finished reading Georgette Heyer biography. It was really good. That lady wrote 55 books in 50 years. Mostly Regency romances, and also detective novels. Also, I didn’t realise that Barbara Cartland copied her style, characters, even using similar names, and plots. There was me thinking that Barbara Cartland was the queen of romance. All the time it was Georgette, who was quite a recluse throughout her life. It was an interesting book, quite inspiring. So, I’m off to write my romantic novel now, set in the 1970’s. Did you know??? When I was younger, I wrote three chapters of a romantic story for Mills & Boon, sent it off. Then, they wrote back and said, ‘Yes, we like it, send the whole thing in.’ I was so shocked that I didn’t do anything about it. So now, inspired by Georgette Heyer, I’m going to have a go again.