Another Honno author, Alison Layland, interviewed by Judith Barrow
Introducingmy friends and fellow (or should that be sister?) authors of Honno – The longest-standing independent women’s press in the UK –who will be at the Honno Book Fairon the 7th May 2022 , 10.00am until 4.00pm, at the Queens Hall, Narberth, Pembrokeshire.
If you’re in the area,we’d be thrilled if you popped in to say hello.
Over the next few weeks I’ll be introducing each author.I’ll also be showcasing Honno.
Today, I’m really pleased to be joined byAlison Leyland.
Hello and welcome, Alison. Great to see you here today.
Glad to be here, Judith.
How many books have you written, and which is your favourite?
I’ve written severalnovels, but so far had two published – Someone Else’s Conflict (2014), a psychological thriller involving storytelling and the long aftermath of war in the Balkans, and Riverflow (2019), a story of family…
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