Margaret Mayo, Romance Author


Bakewell

IMG_0532IMG_0542Time seems to be running away with me.  I’m currently working on the cover for my new book and also finalising the title. Titles are hard work. You think you’ve come up with something suitable and original only to find that it’s been used before.  So,  until I have more news on publication date, I thought I’d show you a couple of photos of a place I visited recently in Derbyshire.

 

The river is in Bakewell, a town where Jane Austen once stayed.  In Pride and Prejudice Elizabeth Bennet stopped here to meet the Darcys and Mr Bingley.  It’s a buzzing place even in winter.  The second photo is taken a few miles away at a place called Monsal Head which has a superb view of the valley. I’m glad it was winter with no leaves on the trees, otherwise I wouldn’t have got such a good shot.

 

Something else Bakewell is famous for is their Bakewell Pudding.  Most people call them Bakewell tarts – but not the people of Bakewell itself.  Oh, no. To them they will always be Bakewell Puddings, invented by a chef there in 1859. They are scrumptious, though. Absolutely moresome.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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