Our latest weekly Georgette Heyer Quiz! 10 questions, of varying degrees of difficulty… Go to it, Heyerites! Show us what you’re made of!
At Word Wenches, a fabulous blog featuring the musings of a cavalcade of best-selling female authors, Heyer expert and Heyer Society‘s very own Jennifer Kloester was just interviewed by… wait … Read More “Mary Jo Putney Interviews the Incredible Jennifer Kloester”
And once again, as with my much-loved Pastel, Georgette Heyer proves herself to have been a far too harsh critic of her own work, as Simon the Coldheart — though, … Read More “Heyer for Beginners — Simon the Coldheart (1925)”
When love blooms after a marriage most practical, often due to proximity and shared experience, it is can be one of the romance world’s most glorious tropes. (Except when it isn’t.) … Read More “POLL: Best Heyer Marriage of Convenience Novel?”
In which we serialize Heyer Society editor Rachel Hyland’s first book in her Reading Heyer series, Reading Heyer: The Black Moth. Called “delicious” by Heyer expert Jennifer Kloester, it is … Read More “Reading Heyer: The Black Moth: Chapter II”
Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love, is attempting to play matchmaker in Regency London. . . only she’s placed a curse on the lovers instead. ~~He was late to his own … Read More “Lord Rakehell’s Love by Donna Cummings”
In which we get to know our Heyer Society contributors — and their Heyer cred — a little better… Name: Amanda Jones Nationality: Australian Heyer Society Essay: “Heyer’s Heirs — … Read More “Heyer Society Profile: Amanda Jones”
Our second weekly Georgette Heyer Quiz! 10 questions, of varying degrees of difficulty… Go to it, Heyerites! Show us what you’re made of!
With a subtitle of “After a Hollywood career, Harley Jane Kozak, author of Dating Dead Men, took the lessons of the screen with her to build a behind-the-scenes career as … Read More ““Acting Up” — Mystery Author Harley Jane Kozak on Georgette Heyer, Writer’s Digest (2008)”
So now we’re getting into the kind of territory I have always envisioned when the name Georgette Heyer would come up in conversation over the years. (Usually only when I … Read More “Heyer for Beginners — Powder and Patch (1923)”