Three months in lock down just flew by, didn’t they?
No, I didn’t think so either. In fact, the weeks hung very heavy and the final kicker came when my National Trust renewal subscription came through the post. I had joined in February 2020 when I visited Hinton Ampner and Mottisfont in Hampshire, with a friend. Mottisfont, by the way, is beyond glorious, I was overwhelmed. Hinton Ampner came equipped with a dirty great rainstorm, that accompanied us as we went for a walk out on the lanes. Less overwhelmed, but we did laugh a lot.
It had been a great weekend and I was going to explore more and travel all around England visiting new sites. What a year I had planned.
Liz Hurley as well as being the owner of this blog, runs a bookshop in Cornwall, right by the sea and writes books. You can buy them in her shop (of course), Waterstones and other outlets as well as Amazon.
When she’s not reading, she’s writing and when she’s not writing, she’s walking. And when she’s not doing any of that she’s binging on box sets and sleeping.
This website is for her Cornish titles. Her fiction can be found at www.lizhurleywrites.com