Mr Rosenblum’s Great British Tour

Mr Rosenblum’s Great British Tour

I would like to visit as many readers as possible to tell them about Mr Rosenblum’s List. So whether you are part of a book group, a knitting circle, run a literary festival or a golf club, I am happy to travel to wherever you are, give a short talk about the inspirations for the book (with some pictures), discuss the writing process, or simply drink tea and have a chat. In fact the more varied the venues the better. I might even try and cook my Grandmother’s Baumtorte.
I will be writing, blogging and tweeting about all my Great British Tour experience. Please help me make my book a success.

Incidentally, I may even break the World Record (if such a thing exists) for most book events done in a year…

The book comes out on the 1st of April. If you would like a visit, leave me a comment below and I will be in touch.

Here is a glimpse of Pursebury Ash and a cottage very like Jack and Sadie’s. Though Chantry Orchard is set further back, and hidden behind the trees…


7 responses to “Mr Rosenblum’s Great British Tour

  1. Well I might just take you up on this. Our writing group meets in Yeovil so not too far for you 🙂

  2. natashasolomons

    Hi Kate,

    Of course! I’d love to come. I shall put you down as the first group. I’m so excited!


  3. Jill Richmond


    Drop me a line, I have a few ideas about running an event with you for the book.

    07507 119 137.


  4. Laura, Huckleberry's.

    I would love to get my bookgroups to read, discuss and interrogate you and your book!
    Would you be willing?
    Huckleberry’s Bookshop
    The Cornerhouse,
    (Charlotte told me about the book on Saturday Night…)

  5. natashasolomons

    Hi Laura – I was so sorry to have missed you! And yes, please – I would love you to ask your book groups. Perhaps I could visit them one evening/ afternoon at Huckleberry’s?

    Send me an email at: mrrosenblum AT hotmail DOT co DOT uk


  6. Meggie Hiley

    Natasha! I’ve located you! Was chatting with folk at Lucy Cavendish the other day and thought I had to look you up again!
    Frens and I have also moved to a lovely thatched cottage – in Rutland! I have joined the village reading group and I am sure we would love to host you and your book – AND you could come and do a reading for my students too at the university centre! We are starting to offer a creative writing option there and we could turn your visit into a kind of launch event!
    Congratulations on the book, I am really looking forward to reading it.
    Meggie x

  7. natashasolomons

    Ah Meggie – so lovely to hear from you! I would love to come and visit your village book group and your creative writing class.

    I’m actually in Cambridge a week on Thursday – are you around in the afternoon?

    You can e-mail me at mrrosenblum AT hotmail DOT co DOT uk


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