While cleaning her parental home after her father's death, Mair Ellis chances upon a fine, gossamer shawl that ( as her sister tells her) belonged to their maternal grandmother, Nerys Watkins, who had spent her early married days in Kashmir with her husband Evan who was a Welsh Missionary.Intrigued by a lock of hair, enclosed … Continue reading K is for Kashmir Shawl by Rosie Thomas
What do you do when you come across a blooper in a book?There I was immersed in Rosie Thomas' The Kashmir Shawl when I came across this sentence:"I shall order the tickets for Chandigarh."Chandigarh! I did a double-take. Read the sentence again. Cleaned my glasses and read it yet again. There was no doubt, the … Continue reading Oops a Blooper!