Liz Harris, born and raised in London, has since lived in USA, Berkshire, Cheshire and Oxfordshire. She has degrees in Law and in English.
An interest in foreign travel and in different cultures led to her debut historical novel, The Road Back, which is to be published by Choc Lit in September, 2012. She has also written a number of short stories and is published by DC Thompson.
Whilst resident in the north west of England, she was a regular contributor to the local newspapers on matters relating to education.
An active member of the RNA, she ran the Romantic Novel of the Year Award 2011, and has been the convener of the Oxford Branch of the RNA for the past seven years.
She is a member of the committee running the Historical Novel Society’s London Conference 2012.
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THE LOST GIRL, set in SW Wyoming in the 1870s and 1880s, was published last week amid a mass of enthusiasm on the social media. I feel that the image below, taken at lunch on that day, best captures the essence of what was a truly lovely Publication Day. What…
Twice a year – once in the summer and once in the winter – RNA members and friends converge from all parts of the UK in the Royal Overseas League in Park Place, off St. James Street, in order to party. The Summer Party 2015, which took place on the…
My writing friend Sue Moorcroft has kindly invited me to take part in the Lovely Blog Hop, in which writers are asked to talk about some of the things that shaped their life and writing. You’ll see that at the end of the post, I’ve linked two other writing colleagues.…