Tag Archive: georgette heyer

Christmas presents…for me!

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So, my mum rings me up – Mum: I ordered you this thing online, it looked ceramic but now it’s here it seems powdery and cheap. Do you still want it? Me: Err,… Continue reading

He spends his cash on dressing gowns and grabbing your attention

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I am currently reading two books that are having a full-on barney with each other. ‘Suffocation’ by James Wallman is one of those stop buying stuff-live simply-collect experiences not souvenirs books (although it… Continue reading

Shelf Life #4

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My parents recently moved to a smaller house, and while I benefited from a clerks desk, I also really wanted a book case. My mum has tons of them, and so when she… Continue reading

I don’t care what anyone says, I like Georgette Heyer

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The enduring childhood image I have of my mother is of a woman that spent a lot of time shouting at us, drinking tea and reading Georgette Heyer novels. They were all over… Continue reading