“A lovely lighthearted journal of family life from a working mother’s point of view. Will make you laugh out loud! Beautiful descriptions of gorgeous Cornwall.”
Matteus – Amazon
Walking Guides and Histories
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Newly released, A History of Mevagissey, has proved to be this season’s bestseller in Hurley Books. This 72 page potted history is full of new revelations about Mevagissey, anecdotes and many previously unpublished images.
And coming soon will be an accompanying walking guide to the Mevagissey area.
Blog / News / Updates
Something has been bothering me recently and has got me thinking about the phrase “help those that help themselves.” I was listening to an article on Radio 4 about the state of the Spanish Banking system. The experts were saying that the Spanish banks were doing less to support their local economy than that of […]
OK, so that’s the next ten shots wrapped up and published. Shot One “The First Shot” is now available on all e-readers and is free of charge. The Amazon Kindle may still be 99p for a few days whilst Amazon tries to change the price for me. This will be a permanent introductory offer to […]
Well, all bar the sweeping up and a bit of publicity, my book is done. It is written and published and yet here I sit feeling concerned and deflated. When it launched as a digital version over the weekend I was nervous but began to receive some lovely feedback. As nice as that was there was […]
Right I have bundled the first ten shots together to get the ball rolling. Step right up!! 99p When everyday life is anything but everyday. Ten short sharp columns on a range of topics. It’s a pick ‘n’ mix collection of funny takes on family life, political observations, rants and daydreams. Is Father Christmas real? […]
Hailing from Norfolk, Liz Hurley started her working life as a Librarian, working across the country and finally settling in Cornwall. Deciding that she wanted more independence and challenges, she then set up her own bookshop and started writing. SCRIBBLES FROM THE EDGE and LOSING IT IN CORNWALL are collections of her column written for the Cornish Guardian.
She has gone on to publish A History of Mevagissey and is currently writing a collection of Cornish walking guides. A fictional series is also in progress.
She doesn’t have a muse but Harry and Agatha come close.
Liz is available for interviews and readings. For further details please get in touch.
Based in Mevagissey but happy to travel.
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