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Date: Feb 13 8:30 PM, 2014
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ahhhhh you can't beat re-enacting a bit of Poldark.....especially if you can find a man to join in wink

Bella



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Date: Feb 11 7:49 PM, 2014
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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. hmm 



-- Edited by BDHawkey on Tuesday 11th of February 2014 07:54:25 PM

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Date: Feb 11 7:43 PM, 2014
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Love your profile pic, Brenda! biggrin



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Date: Feb 11 4:11 PM, 2014
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Hello everyone. Thanks for the nice welcome.



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Welcome to the forum from a fellow Cornwall dweller!

Ma Gimlett



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Welcome Aboard Brenda! smile

Love Bella 



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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.

Namps smile



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Date: Feb 10 10:26 PM, 2014
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Hi Brenda, what a great time to re-connect! I will have to explore your own Cornish writings.



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Thank you for the welcome. :)



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Date: Feb 10 9:43 PM, 2014
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Hello and welcome (back?)! Hope you enjoy the forum and good luck with your books :)

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Date: Feb 10 3:42 PM, 2014
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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.

https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/7219364.B_D_Hawkey

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18324816-old-sins-long-shadows

http://www.bdhawkey.com

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.

 

 

 



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