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: Madeline Paschen Nationality: American Heyer Society Essay: “The Mystery of Penhallow” 1. How old were you … Read More “Heyer Society Profile: Madeline Paschen”
Our second weekly Georgette Heyer Quiz! 10 questions, of varying degrees of difficulty… Go to it, Heyerites! Show us what you’re made of!
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)”
Ah, governesses! What would Regency romance be without them? Georgette Heyer began the trend, of course (as with so many others) with her inclusion of more than one variety of … Read More “POLL: Favorite Heyer Governess”