Elizabeth Hawksley: Honorary Word Wench

Philip Johnson's glass house Elizabeth, it is a Word Wench tradition to invite our special guests to join the ranks of Honorary Word Wenches (H.W.W.), listed in the column below on the right, and to offer a virtual gift as a thank you for visiting us.  For your wenchly thank you present we would like to give you the famous Glass House designed by Philip Johnson, as we thought virtual living in it might offer an interesting contrast to your childhood spent in a Georgian Manor. It also looks to be a very inspiring setting for writing – and we look forward to many more books! With thanks from Nicola and the Word Wenches.

20 thoughts on “Elizabeth Hawksley: Honorary Word Wench”

  1. To: the Word Wenches
    The pleasure was all mine – I thoroughly enjoyed my guest blogging, and I love your website, which always has something new and interesting. I’m also thrilled to be an honorary Word Wench, and Philip Johnson’s virtual Glass House looks a very inspiring place to work in. I can very happily imagine myself writing there and looking out to admire the scenery from time to time. Thank you.
    You might be interested you know that I’ve just been invited to join the http://www.historicalromance.blogspot.com and my blogs will go up on the 22nd of each month. My opening one is A Country House Christmas and it follows on from my Word Wenches interview with Nicola.
    Season’s Greetings to you all.
    Elizabeth Hawksley
    http://www.elizabethhawksley.com

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  2. To: the Word Wenches
    The pleasure was all mine – I thoroughly enjoyed my guest blogging, and I love your website, which always has something new and interesting. I’m also thrilled to be an honorary Word Wench, and Philip Johnson’s virtual Glass House looks a very inspiring place to work in. I can very happily imagine myself writing there and looking out to admire the scenery from time to time. Thank you.
    You might be interested you know that I’ve just been invited to join the http://www.historicalromance.blogspot.com and my blogs will go up on the 22nd of each month. My opening one is A Country House Christmas and it follows on from my Word Wenches interview with Nicola.
    Season’s Greetings to you all.
    Elizabeth Hawksley
    http://www.elizabethhawksley.com

    Reply
  3. To: the Word Wenches
    The pleasure was all mine – I thoroughly enjoyed my guest blogging, and I love your website, which always has something new and interesting. I’m also thrilled to be an honorary Word Wench, and Philip Johnson’s virtual Glass House looks a very inspiring place to work in. I can very happily imagine myself writing there and looking out to admire the scenery from time to time. Thank you.
    You might be interested you know that I’ve just been invited to join the http://www.historicalromance.blogspot.com and my blogs will go up on the 22nd of each month. My opening one is A Country House Christmas and it follows on from my Word Wenches interview with Nicola.
    Season’s Greetings to you all.
    Elizabeth Hawksley
    http://www.elizabethhawksley.com

    Reply
  4. To: the Word Wenches
    The pleasure was all mine – I thoroughly enjoyed my guest blogging, and I love your website, which always has something new and interesting. I’m also thrilled to be an honorary Word Wench, and Philip Johnson’s virtual Glass House looks a very inspiring place to work in. I can very happily imagine myself writing there and looking out to admire the scenery from time to time. Thank you.
    You might be interested you know that I’ve just been invited to join the http://www.historicalromance.blogspot.com and my blogs will go up on the 22nd of each month. My opening one is A Country House Christmas and it follows on from my Word Wenches interview with Nicola.
    Season’s Greetings to you all.
    Elizabeth Hawksley
    http://www.elizabethhawksley.com

    Reply
  5. To: the Word Wenches
    The pleasure was all mine – I thoroughly enjoyed my guest blogging, and I love your website, which always has something new and interesting. I’m also thrilled to be an honorary Word Wench, and Philip Johnson’s virtual Glass House looks a very inspiring place to work in. I can very happily imagine myself writing there and looking out to admire the scenery from time to time. Thank you.
    You might be interested you know that I’ve just been invited to join the http://www.historicalromance.blogspot.com and my blogs will go up on the 22nd of each month. My opening one is A Country House Christmas and it follows on from my Word Wenches interview with Nicola.
    Season’s Greetings to you all.
    Elizabeth Hawksley
    http://www.elizabethhawksley.com

    Reply
  6. I’m so glad that you enjoyed your visit to us, Elizabeth. Thank you! Also very pleased that you are now a member of the UK Historical Romance Authors’ blog along with Jo and myself. May all our blogging links flourish in 2010!

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  7. I’m so glad that you enjoyed your visit to us, Elizabeth. Thank you! Also very pleased that you are now a member of the UK Historical Romance Authors’ blog along with Jo and myself. May all our blogging links flourish in 2010!

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  8. I’m so glad that you enjoyed your visit to us, Elizabeth. Thank you! Also very pleased that you are now a member of the UK Historical Romance Authors’ blog along with Jo and myself. May all our blogging links flourish in 2010!

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  9. I’m so glad that you enjoyed your visit to us, Elizabeth. Thank you! Also very pleased that you are now a member of the UK Historical Romance Authors’ blog along with Jo and myself. May all our blogging links flourish in 2010!

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  10. I’m so glad that you enjoyed your visit to us, Elizabeth. Thank you! Also very pleased that you are now a member of the UK Historical Romance Authors’ blog along with Jo and myself. May all our blogging links flourish in 2010!

    Reply

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