You can never have too many books! Who needs chocolates and flowers when you can enjoy a cup of tea and a book… or four… #lovebooks Happy Valentines Day
I’m looking forward to speaking to the St Martin WI on Monday 13 February. I’ll be talking about my contemporary romances written as Georgina Troy and my historical romances written in my own name, Deborah Carr. My talk begins at 8.15pm and I’m sure it’s going to be a fun evening.
I spent a fun time chatting to Charlie McArdle on his radio show on Saturday 5 February about my life and my writing. In the show I talk about how I work, from thinking of an idea, naming my characters, planning a book, to writing the first draft, and what happens next. Here’s the link … More BBC Radio Jersey – Chatting to Charlie McArdle
I was delighted to be asked to give a talk as part of the programme for this year’s two day Local History Fayre being held on 27/28 January at the town library here in Jersey. My talk was called, Nowhere to Hide and was about my book Broken Faces and my research behind the book, … More Local History Fayre
Some days you wake up to incredible news and a couple of days ago I woke to find that I was tagged in an author friend’s Facebook post and discovered that my book, Broken Faces, had been chosen, as well as hers – she’s Nell Peters and her brilliant book is Hostile Witness – to be … More Being Anne’s Books of the Year 2016 (Broken Faces)
A few weeks ago I you may remember how delighted I was to discover that Broken Faces had received a Chill with a Book Award! Today, I’m over at the site chatting about my story behind the book. Here’s the link to the Chill with a Book post.
Mostly Jersey is known as a holiday island, but many people also travel here to visit historical monuments littering this small island. Having spent years researching the Great War in Broken Faces and the Second World War (for a sequel I’ve written but am uncertain about publishing), I’ve become fascinated both by what others have coped … More Remembrance
This winter I’ll be putting the final touches on to my prequel to Broken Faces, Beautiful Faces. This novella is the story of the lives leading up to the start of the Great War, it shows a brief insight into Lexi’s love for Freddie, while Freddie hides his secret adoration of his best friend Charles’s … More Novella – Beautiful Faces
To celebrate the Jersey Festival of Word – Jersey’s second Literary Festival – from Thursday, 29 September to Sunday, 2 October, as well as the end of what turned out to be a pretty decent summer after all, Broken Faces has been reduced to 99p / 99c, but only until 4 October. You can buy your … More Jersey’s WW1 PoW Camp
It’s Saturday and apart from meeting up with fab author and person, Karen Clarke at the Waterfront this morning for a writerly catch-up over tea/latte, the only thing I intended doing this weekend was spend as much time as possible with my daughter before she returns to the mainland to enroll at her new uni … More Chill with a Book Award