What a great year it’s proving for the butterflies. When I saw this cover I couldn’t resist, isn’t it gorgeous? While I was out walking the other day I had the rare opportunities to stalk butterflies so I’ll share my pic below, I might even try to identify them. Though I’m not very hot on my fritilaries. The reason I had such a rare chance to actually see some wildlife was because my two constnt companions were back at base. I was trying to sort out a new walk and when I do that the hounds stay at home. On new walks I don’t know what I’ll encounter so the dogs need to be on leads which is a bore for all of us. Harry acts like he’s being strangled, Agatha wanders along mournfully and I generally get fed up. So no dogs.
But no dogs means that I get time to really enjoy the wildlife.
Liz Hurley as well as being the owner of this blog, runs a bookshop in Cornwall, right by the sea and writes books. You can buy them in her shop (of course), Waterstones and other outlets as well as Amazon.
When she’s not reading, she’s writing and when she’s not writing, she’s walking. And when she’s not doing any of that she’s binging on box sets and sleeping.
This website is for her Cornish titles. Her fiction can be found at www.lizhurleywrites.com