In The Chair 11: Georgina Troy

Welcome, Georgina Troy.

How would you describe your writing style in only three words?

Georgina: Evocative. Quirky. Sunny.


If you could have a relationship with one of your fictional characters who would it be and why?

Georgina: I’d choose Ed, the hero from my next book A Jersey Dreamboat, because he steps in to help his friends when they most need him and there’s also more to him than you’d initially expect.

If you had to exist for a week in one of your books … which would it be? Would you be a central character or simply watch the story unfold from the sidelines?

Georgina: I’d probably be Daisy from the fourth book in the series, A Jersey Bombshell, because she works in a beautiful Art Deco hotel, her employers are eccentric entertainers and although they can be exhausting to be around their lifestyle is fascinating for her.

Dead or alive literary dinner party: who would you invite, and what would you serve?

Georgina: I’d serve Italian food, I’m a real pasta lover, and invite Ernest Hemingway, George R R Martin, Charles Dickens, F Scott Fitzgerald, Jane Austen and Virginia Woolf. I doubt I’d get a chance to speak with this crowd at my table, but I’m sure the conversation would be interesting.

Georgina Troy Author Pic

 If you had to write in a different genre which would it be and why?

Georgina:  Historical. I love reading about romances set in and around WW1, it was such a tragic period of time.

What do you dislike the most about being an author?

Georgina: The niggling doubt that everything I write is rubbish!

Favourite word? Georgina:  Discombobulated.

Georgina Troy was in the chair: Author of  the Jersey Scene series. Published by Accent Press.



4 thoughts on “In The Chair 11: Georgina Troy

  1. Such fun questions and answers. Dinner would be interesting, but I am sure you’d get to chat. They’d all want to know who you are and what you write about and so you could take the floor and hold court. After all, they’d all know each other, or of each other, so to be polite, they’d have to listen to you.


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