‘Must Read Memoir’ – Vogue India

‘Set Free’ described as ‘Must Read Memoir by Vogue India. Emma Slade was interviewed by Vogue India during her attendance at Bhutan’s largest literary festival, Mountain Echoes.
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Set Free available on Audible from end July

Emma has recorded ‘Set Free’ for Amazon Audible, and it will be available from end July.

“It was wonderful having a chance to speak my own words. I thoroughly enjoyed doing it and really think it adds to the experience of the book”




5 star reviews from Amazon

Great to see so many five star reviews from Amazon for ‘Set Free’ – thanks to everyone who bought the book and read it!

Appearing at Mountain Echoes the Bhutan Festival of Literature, Art & Culture

Delighted to have been asked to speak at the Bhutan Festival of Literature, Art & Culture, ‘Mountain Echoes’ which runs from August 25-27, 2017.

The festival brings together writers, biographers, historians, environmentalists, scholars, photographers, poets, musicians, artists, film-makers to engage in cultural dialogue, share stories, create memories and spend three blissful days in the mountains.

See http://www.mountainechoes.org/speakers/emma-slade/ for more information.

Whitstable Garage Safari raises £2300 for our charity

Residents of Whitstable, together with support from local estate agents Saxon Shore raised an astounding £2300 for Open Your Heart to Bhutan this weekend – showing just what local people can achieve when they get together! Over 130 people registered to be part of the Whitstable Garage Sale on Sunday 11th June. Thanks to everyone who took part!