* 15 January: Kenwood House, Hampstead Heath (English Heritage Literary Season): 12:00 - 'Wild Women of the 18th Century'
* 25 January: Chipping Barnet Library talk: 6:30, Mistress of My Fate
* 9 March: Living Literature Society talk with Lucinda Hawksley: 7:00, The London Underworld, Hogarth to Dickens, Arthur Probsthain bookshop
* 18 April: Women Aloud Book Club event; 7:00, Mistress of My Fate
* 24 May: Chawton House talk and drink reception: 6:30, 'The Wicked World of Austen's Women' http://www.chawton.org/documents/A6eventsbookletforweb.pdf
* 4 June: How The Light Gets In Festival at Hay on Wye; 2:30 'Selling Ourselves' debate with Brooke Magnanti and Catherine Hakim, and 'For Better or For Worse' debate, 7:30. http://www.howthelightgetsin.org/tickets/all-sessions/
* 16 June: The Leeds Big Bookend Literary Festival; Women, Sex and History with Jane Borodale, Gabrielle Kimm and Anne O'Brien, 1:30, The Carriageworks, Leeds http://bigbookend.co.uk/
* 14 July: Kelmarsh Festival of Historical Literature; 2:00, 'Before Sherlock; Murder in Georgian London'
* 15 July: Kelmarsh Festival of Historical Literature; 11:40, 'Grand Beginnings' - discussing my debut novel with M C Scott
* 12 September: World Monument Fund (www.wmf.org.uk) talk; Behind Closed Doors: The Hidden Histories of Great Buildings with Suzannah Lipscombe, 7:00 at the Royal Geographical Society, Kensington
* 20 September: History in the Court, 5:00 Cecil Court, London in association with Goldsboro Books and the HWA
* 10 October: Cheltenham Literature Festival; 4:00, Georgian London: High Life and Low Life - with Ian Kelly
* 11 October: Cheltenham Literature Festival; 2:00, The Regency Booker Prize - with Paula Byrne, Jenny Uglow, Kate Chisholm, discussing Jane Austen, Mary Shelley, Ann Radcliffe and Fanny Burney.
* 17 November: Thames Valley History Festival; 3:00, Windsor Library: 'Before Sherlock' - crime, murder and mayhem in 18th century London, with Lloyd Shepherd, Imogen Robertson and Rose Melikan
*28 June: Beckenham Literary Festival (BecFest), 7:00 - talk with Imogen Robertson on 'Writing Fact and Fiction'
* 29 September: History in the Court, 5:00, Cecil Court, London - in association with Goldsboro Books and the HWA
*20 October: 'Now That Would be Telling' evening event at Dr Johnson's House
*15 November: London History Festival
*18 November: Richmond Literary Festival, 'Sex and Taboo in Historical Fiction' with Rosie Thomas @ The Bingham Hotel, 7:30