Echo Hall

By Virginia Moffatt

Three generations of women experience love, loss and conflict in times of war

Wednesday, 7 February 2018


Hi All,

The keen eyed observer of history might have noticed that the day Ruth arrives at Echo Hall was quite a momentous one. She turns on the TV to see Nelson Mandela released from prison, which pinpoints it to February 11th.

I thought it might be fun to mark the occasion by sharing this on twitter, Facebook and instagram, under the hashtag #enterechohall

If you are on social media, and you are around on Sunday 11th, please could you join in?

If you do please start your tweet or FB/Instragram post with the phrase 'On this day Ruth Flint arrived at #echohall' and then include a line you like eg    “Wow.” I said. Nothing Adam had told me had prepared me for this. The high front door was framed by two rows of tall windows, their panes, black and vacant against the grey stone walls.' or a picture of the book/or you reading the book.

End your post with the hash tag #enterechohall and a link to the book

Please can you post between 7 and 9pm.

Very many thanks!




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