Recent Posts by Pamela Hart

Song and Dance: Prologue

Here is the opening of my new 1920s novella, Song and Dance. It's the story of Jane and Jonesy, whom you might remember from The War Bride. I'll be sending the full story out to my newsletter subscribers very soon, so sign up here if you haven't already. The full novella will be provided in both main ebook formats…
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Here for Christmas!

Here for Christmas! I don't have a cover to show you yet, but I'm delighted to say that The Charleston Scandal will be available on 24th November in Australia (and worldwide as an ebook)! So it will be in your local or online bookstore in time for Christmas! London, 1923 Kit Linton, a privileged young Australian aiming…
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The Desert Nurse

Delighted to share this trailer with you. It's so hard to capture the lives lived by those who served in the medical corps - but the photos in this were taken by a nurse who worked at the 1st Australian General Hospital, at Heliopolis Palace. Her name was Selina MacKenzie, and she was known as…
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Beautiful audio

If you need some music to calm you down, try this: [audio mp3=""][/audio]  
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Dickens meets Barbie

The other day, I babysat my niece’s twin five-year-old girls for the day. Part of the time was spent watching a Barbie movie: a remake of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Or, should I say a reimagining of A Christmas Carol, with Barbie telling the story to her younger sister – but in this version, it…
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What’s in a name?

‘What’s in a name?’ Juliet asks Romeo. ‘A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.’ Hmmm.  If you knew the flower we call a rose was called a ‘skunk blossom’, would you really perceive its scent as piercingly sweet, as redolent and seductive, as achingly nostalgic? Frankly, I doubt it. It’s why companies…
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