I'm back from England and have the photos to prove it. These are a mix of my own photos and others provided by friends. The trip began in Haworth, famed for being home of the Brontes. A few brave souls managed the "Wuthering Hike," climbing the three miles up the moors in freezing rain to the ruins of the house Emily Bronte based Wuthering Heights on. I wasn't one of those brave souls. That same evening, we all gathered at the Black Bull Pub for merry-making and to celebrate the release of The Thrill and The Hurting anthology. Click on the photos to make them larger.

The wild and windy moors of Haworth in northen England

Celebrating at the Black Bull Pub (that's co-editor Kyla Clay Fox sitting next to me at right)

Me looking giddy as a school girl with Kyla as we showed off The Thrill and The Hurting

Getting our first look at The Thrill and The Hurting

With my lovely friends Louise and Stu (who's holding a photo of Paige, who couldn't make it over to England this year)

Krys holding Moggy, the official and filthy HomeGround mascot who attends all the events


jenni said…
Gorgeous photo of Haworth! Looks fun.
Jilly said…
wow that is too cool

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