Merry Christmas, Georgina Troy!
If you could have a relationship with a literary festive character who would it be and why? Georgina: Ernest Heminway in Christmas in Paris, simply because I’d love to spend time talking to him and asking him questions.
If you had to exist for a week in a Christmas story … which one would it be?
Georgina: The same as #2 above, because I’m fascinated by Paris in the twenties and the literary people that lived there at that time.
Georgina: I’d invite Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Virginia Woolf simply because I’ve got so many questions I’d like to ask them, and Jackie Collins because she seemed like a fascinating woman who I’m sure would be great fun and would cheer the conversation up, if necessary. I’d serve them a traditional turkey lunch with all the trimmings and bottles of great wine.
If you had to write a Christmas themed story in your current genre, what would the title be?
What do you dislike the most about Christmas? Georgina: Taking down the decorations.
Favourite festive word? Georgina: Jolly.
Georgina Troy was in the Christmas chair. Published by Accent Press.