ahhhhh you can't beat re-enacting a bit of Poldark.....especially if you can find a man to join in
Saw it during our coastal walk a couple of years ago. My husband and I also re-enacted Mark Daniel and Keren (in slow motion of course) just for fun - don't think the holiday makers understood what we were doing though.
Love your profile pic, Brenda!
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.
Hello everyone. Thanks for the nice welcome.
Welcome to the forum from a fellow Cornwall dweller!
Welcome Aboard Brenda!
Hi Brenda, great to welcome you back on board and as Smollett says, it's a really exciting time to re-connect.
Really interested to have a peek at your books and good luck with your writing.
Hi Brenda, what a great time to re-connect! I will have to explore your own Cornish writings.
Thank you for the welcome. :)
A passionate child rolling in the dust with her ugly dog; a girl driving oxen; a woman....Did anything else matter?
I think I became a member years ago and lost touch. So I'm back with a new sign in and password.
I have been hooked on Poldark since it first aired on T.V. (the first time)...(and the second time).
I have owned the videos, changed them to dvds and read all the books many times.
I have visited some of the film locations (which is easy as I live in Cornwall) and seen some of the costumes when they were displayed in the museum at Truro.
They are and will always remain my favourite books.
I am now an author myself, but do not pretend my book is as good as these. The only thing I have in common is the county it is set in.
Book Trailer:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ht-o-QH7Cuk
I hope to get some up to date news from this site regarding the new series. I would love to visit the set and watch them film.