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Farangi Girl, Ashley DartnellJust outside Grantham (home of Mrs T and Isaac Newton) lies the small village of Orston (mentioned in the Domesday Book). It was dark when I went in and dark when I

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went out but for all that, it seemed very nice. The hospitality was lovely and the book group waiting for me at Elaine’s was terrific. All the book groups I go to are tremendously nice, I hear of fictional fisticuffs in other groups but I’m not at all disappointed to say I have yet to encounter it. And such enthusiastic readers, even those coming to it later in life, or using the discipline of a book club to make sure they read at last one book a month. I often think that publishers sitting in their offices could be immensely cheered up by spending more time meeting readers and spending less time fretting. continue reading »

Guest Blogger: Ashley Dartnell, author of Farangi Girl

Ashley Dartnell at Albany, Farangi Girl

Ashley signs a copy of Farangi Girl at Albany

The evening I look forward to most each month is my book group, because it combines some of the things I love most in the world: wonderful friends, great conversation, lovely food and, of course, books.  This autumn, I have been lucky enough to attend a couple of book groups each week to talk about Farangi Girl. What I have found is that my book group is no exception—all of them are magical.  All over London, in Suffolk, and the Cotswolds I have been welcomed by book lovers who have read Farangi Girl. And when I say read, I mean pored over, memorised, re-read, analysed, studied—and loved.  Which, I am grateful to say, has been absolutely amazing. continue reading »

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