NOW AVAILABLE!

Go Slow England can now be bought for 35% off the RRP (plus p&p) HERE. 

Welcome to the Go Slow England blog!

Go Slow England is an exciting new book from Alastair Sawday Publishing, the publishers of the Special Places to Stay and Fragile Earth series. Written by Alastair himself, Go Slow England is all about the places, recipes and people who take their time to enjoy life at its most enriching. In this beautiful book, which goes beyond the mere ‘glossy’, you will discover an unusual emphasis on the people who live in Special Slow Places and what they do. You will meet farmers, literary people, wine-makers and craftsmen – all with rich stories to tell. Go Slow England celebrates fascinating people, fine architecture, history, landscape and real food. A counter-balance to our culture of haste.

Alastair will be giving presentations and doing book signings in March and April so check the author tour dates page for details.

Also, make sure you regularly check our downloads page for free samples, our press page for our latest reviews (and contact details if you are from the press) and sales info page for more information and contact details if you are from the book trade.

We’ll update this blog at least twice a week with news and sneak peeks so keep checking back and feel free to leave comments!

 

Go Slow England cover

 

4 Responses to “About”

  1. Anna T Says:

    Going to Cornwall is my favourite way to Go Slow.

  2. Iain W Says:

    I love staying on my friend’s sister’s boat in a car park. It helps take all the stress out of life.

  3. Lazy joe Says:

    I found your blog on google and read a few of your other posts.
    You have a great Blog!!! I just added you to my Google News Reader.
    Look forward to reading more from you in the future.

    Keep up the good work.

  4. Ana Says:

    Hello!
    Do you welcome guest blog posts? I would like to contribute a blog entry to you for FREE. Please email me for more information. I would be glad to share some travel reviews and tips to yo and your followers.

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