Echo Hall

By Virginia Moffatt

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

Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Recent activity and more to come...

After a quite period there's a few things going on...

Yesterday (Monday 14th) I was invited on to BBC Radio Oxford's Kat Orman show to take part in a discussion about conscientious objection. It was an interesting conversation and I was able to mention 'Echo Hall' a bit...You can listen here from 32 minutes.

This Saturday 19th May, fellow Unbounder,  Erinna Mettler has organised an Unbound stall and open mic at the Wordstock Festival in Brighton. There'll be a few of us about, so do come and say hi.

If any of you are the Hay Festival. Another Unbounder,Alice Jolly and I will be holding a free event 'Readings by the Campfire' at the bar on the Wye Meadows campsite at 7.30pm on Sunday 27th May. All welcome.

And I'm teaming up with another Unbounder, Sarah Marr to discuss the changing role of women over time as reflected in our novels. This is part of Feminist Book Fortnight and will be at The Big Green Bookshop,Wood Green on 19th June at 7.30pm.

Finally. If you have read and enjoyed 'Echo Hall', there are three ways you can help me get the word out:

1.Tell people about it!

2.Post an Amazon review. The more reviews the more the algorithms help push the book to other readers. Even a line will do. You just have to be a verified Amazon purchaser (and don't even have had to bought the book from them).

3. Vote for me! Please consider giving 'Echo Hall your vote for Vote 100 Books.

Thank you!

 

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