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Book Clubs Welcome

I’m starting to get requests and updates from book clubs and groups who are planning to read Saving Saffron Sweeting. The lighthearted story makes a great summer time choice, but since the plot begins in June and finishes in January, your group might enjoy it at any time of year.

Image thanks: Deaf Star

Contact me if your group will be reading the book and would like an author visit!

If your club meets within reach of the San Francisco Bay Area, let me know your tentative date and I’ll attend if at all possible. Or, if you’re located further away, I can often take part in your meeting by Skype.

Now available: Download a book club guide with suggested discussion questions. (Caution: contains spoilers!)

Huge thanks to the groups who have already booked me or have added Saving Saffron Sweeting to their reading calendar.


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2 Comment

  1. Reply
    Julie Valerie @JBValerie
    August 1, 2013 at 11:28 am

    For any book clubbers reading Pauline’s post – I wanted to jump in to say you will LOVE this book. I’ve read it, I gave it to my mom to read it, my sister is reading it, I’ve reviewed it on my book blog, others have reviewed it on their book blogs. Pauline is a fantastic writer and great person. Do consider adopting her book for your group – you won’t regret it! (And no, I am not a paid spokesperson for Saving Saffron Sweeting!)

  2. Reply
    Pauline Wiles
    August 1, 2013 at 7:35 pm

    Wow, what an incredibly lovely comment. Thank you so much, Julie. The reading community is lucky to have you amongst us!

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