Someone Else’s Conflict is a compelling read in its own right, but also raises a number of questions and issues that will be of interest for reading groups or book clubs. If you would like to read and discuss Someone Else’s Conflict with your reading group, I’ve put together a pack to help you get more out of it, with suggested discussion points and some background information. It has been tried and tested by groups who have found the information and questions a helpful and interesting starting point for their discussions.
You can download the Reading Group material in PDF format here. (If you have problems downloading or opening a PDF don’t hesitate to get in touch.)
Provided your group isn’t too far away, I’d be happy to come and talk at meetings; you can contact me here.Alternatively, I would be happy to answer any questions you or your group have by e-mail, before or after your meeting, and am always happy to receive feedback.
My publisher, Honno, offer a 25% discount for reading groups who purchase 5 or more copies – see their website.