Welcome to London's Rookery Hotel, established in 1764, where we will hold our enlightened discussions of female literary legends, the writing craft, and our own writing journeys.  I stayed at this cozy hotel in January 2017, and I promise you, you're in for a treat!

"Inside, The Rookery is all period charm. Polished wood paneling, stone flagged floors, open fires, and genuine antique furniture give the place a warm, homely atmosphere – more private club than hotel." (from RookeryHotel.com)

This the round table where we'll meet each morning, inspired by the formidable women portrayed on the walls.

This the round table where we'll meet each morning, inspired by the formidable women portrayed on the walls.

Our patron writing saint will be encouraging ourendeavors.

Our patron writing saint will be encouraging ourendeavors.

Our own private parlor adjacent to the board room where we can share stories with one another over a proper cup of Earl Grey tea.  

Our own private parlor adjacent to the board room where we can share stories with one another over a proper cup of Earl Grey tea.  

Another photo from that oldest church in London around the corner.

Another photo from that oldest church in London around the corner.

Cozy up to the fireplace if you so desire and mull over your storyline and characters.

Cozy up to the fireplace if you so desire and mull over your storyline and characters.

 A place we'll lunch at around the corner.  It just happens to be the oldest church in London, St Bartholomew the Great, and also where they filmed the movie Four Weddings and a Funeral.

 A place we'll lunch at around the corner.  It just happens to be the oldest church in London, St Bartholomew the Great, and also where they filmed the movie Four Weddings and a Funeral.