Deborah Carr

About me

Deborah has written two historical romances set during the First World War. The Poppy Field will be published by HarperCollins’ romance imprint, HarperImpulse in 2018.

Her debut, Broken Faces, was runner-up in the 2012 Good Housekeeping Novel Writing Competition and given a ‘special commendation’ in the Harry Bowling Prize.

She also writes psychological suspense as Ella Drummond and contemporary romance series as Georgina Troy.

Deborah was Deputy Editor of the online review site, for seven years and, as well as being a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association, The Society of Authors and The Historical Novel Society, she is one of The Blonde Plotters.

From my website

A Conversation With The Blonde Plotters

I’m looking forward to taking part in the Jersey Festival of Words at the end of September. Gwyn GB, Kelly Clayton and I – The Blonde Plotters – will be giving a talk about publishing at the Jersey Library in St Helier at 1.10pm on Friday, 28 September (FREE) and…

10 Favourite Places to Read

I’m happy if I have a book to read, or my Kindle at hand. Living in Jersey where there’s so much beauty, it’s easy to find places to relax and switch off from the world by reading a good book. Here are my ten favourite places to read: St Ouen’s…

Inspiration behind the Broken Faces Characters

I was inspired to write about my four protagonists the more I researched that dark period during The Great War. They are: – Freddie Chevalier (beautiful man who becomes the broken face), – Meredith (Meri) Sutton (his best friend’s fiancee with whom he’s secretly in love), – Charles Baldwyn (his…

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