Cunard – Book Talk

QV TalkI’ve just returned from a cruise on the Cunard liner, Queen Victoria. We embarked in Venice and disembarked near Rome and it was bliss. Whilst on-board I was lucky enough to be given the opportunity to give a lecture on my books and how to be published, and it was not only great fun but the attendees asked many questions that I loved being able to answer.

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The girls in the bookshop – here’s me with Rebecca Roy to arranged the display and sold copies of my books – also put up a display of my Deborah Carr book, Broken Faces, and my Jersey Scene books written as Georgina Troy for Accent Press.

I was delighted to donate a signed copy of each of the five books to the on-board library.

Needless to say it was a great trip but one of the highlights for me was giving my talk and talking ‘writerly bits and pieces’ with other avid writers in the audience, the youngest of whom, Kiera, was only 11 years old.

 

 

 

By DebsCarr

I write historical fiction as Deborah Carr and contemporary romances as Georgina Troy.

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