A passionate child rolling in the dust with her ugly dog; a girl driving oxen; a woman....Did anything else matter?
Welcome to the forum, Morgan. You have a Cornish name - how appropriate!
You will soon see how nutty we are about all things Poldarquian. I am sure you will be able to pick up some of the books online, and secondhand bookshops occasionally come up trumps.
I still work in the Nampara kitchen - pie-making and suchlike. Must get off to check the bread is ready!
Hello Morgan and welcome! Hope you enjoy spending time with the rest of us discussing anything and everything Poldark related. Enjoy and have fun and we all look forward to chatting with you. By the way, you can buy the Poldark books online from Amazon or Ebay and they are still available to buy from most good bookshops, but you might have to order them. Hope you manage to get hold of them soon; you won't regret it!
Tide was nearly full. Mist lay in a grey scarf along the line of the cliffs. .. and they walked home hand in hand through the slanting shadows of the new darkness.
Welcome aboard Morgan, always lovely to meet and greet new members
Welcome Morgan, always good to see new members. I live in ipswich and can t believe i missed Robin signing books here! I know he was born here and im hoping our local bookstore would invite him to do another signing of his new book. It must have been several years ago that he was here last as the ancient book store is now a lakeland and has been for a long time!
Anyway, its good to see you here and please join in the discussions. Its always good to hear what people have to say abouthem, everyone sees and appreciates something different.
Posted by new member Poldark 3 and copied across from original post.
Hello my real name is Morgan & I have been a really ardent lover of the Poldark series & it is really nice to read that Robin Ellis has met up with Jill Townsend again.I was really lucky to have met Robin Ellis in Ipswich when he came to sign books at the Ancient house bookshop.I still keep watching it over & over again.I would love to take part in an event wearing an 18th century suit & peruke,which is for me one of the main attractions as I love the 1700s,stirring times,stirring times!
Please I do not have any of the Poldark novels around now,just wondered can I get them through the society. I read them once & loved them.
"Perfection is a full stop .... Ever the climbing but never the attaining Of the mountain top." W.G.