Mrs Finnegan, leading housekeeper of her generation, makes up her mind about the MOST important decision of her life. From now on will anything be the same again?
Mrs Finnegan Gets Married…? Brighton’s Regency Housekeeper Reveals All in FULL and Previously Undisclosed detail
The day BEFORE her wedding Brighton’s Regency Housekeeper hears a confession from the lips of her husband-to-be that leaves a CHIP of ice in her heart. What should she do?
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“…Receiving if it be well done, requires a fine balance of self-knowledge and kindness…”
I have momentous announcements to make but first I MUST answer a BEVY of letters that have arrived over the last few weeks all of them seeking wisdom and solace, … Continue reading
An absolutely necessary part of a writer’s equipment, almost as necessary as talent, is the ability to stand up under punishment, both the punishment the world hands out and the … Continue reading
From Mrs Finnega, The Mistress has a new staff to go with her new home: a butler, a cook, two upstairs maids etc etc But there is SOMEONE missing.
A new housekeeper!
My position is Unfilled
Am I a Good Enough Reader to Comment on Someone Else’s Story? George Saunders answers QUOTES FOR WRITERS
Ever wondered if you’re qualified to give an opinion on a story or novel?
George Saunders explains why you can.
The primary duty of literature is to tell us the truth about ourselves by telling lies about people who never existed. Stephen King Photo credit: Niklas Ohlrogge on Unsplash
Mrs Finnegan, housekeeper at The Regency Town House, is at a crossroads. One path will take her to matrimony, the other to a much nicer bed sitting-room
What you ought to do is write you big lazy bastard. My god it is hard for anybody to write. I never start a damn thing without knowing 200 times … Continue reading
Mrs Finnegan, housekeeper at The Regency Town House, is in an exceedingly GOOD mood, November being now her FAVOURITE month of the year. She would like everyone to SHARE her … Continue reading
Brighton’s Regency Housekeeper Reflects on Friendship and What it Means to have a Footman in the House
Change is is the air for Mrs Finnegan and The Regency Town House, but the Mistress refuses to confide in her faithful housekeeper and Mrs F must puzzle it out herself.
Could it even be the D word?