Welcoming Guest Author Judith Barrow

Originally posted on Write Minds:
We welcome Judith Barrow today, talking about her research and settings Hello Judith, and welcome to the blog. First of all, could we ask what kind of research you do? Writing historical family sagas necessitates a lot of research. It’s what I enjoy. It’s fun discovering the fashions of an…

Rosie’s #Bookreview Team #RBRT #Historical Family Saga THE COVENANT by @ThorneMoore @honno

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today’s team review is from Georgia, she blogs here https://www.georgiarosebooks.com Georgia has been reading The Covenant by Thorne Moore. The Owen family are bound by covenant to hold a tenancy of 24 acres, 1 rood and 8 perches and Leah sacrifices years doing her duty to her family and a…

There is Still Crime!Wilderness by B.E Jones. #Review #crime #WeekendReads

Originally posted on Judith Barrow:
THE WELSH CRIME WRITING COLLECTIVE Crime Cymru has three main aims.– To support crime writers with a real and present relationship with Wales– To help in the development of new writing talent– To promote Wales, Welsh culture and Welsh crime writing in particular, to the wider world. 2020, a year…

BOOKCASE – The Unwanted Dead by Chris Lloyd

Originally posted on Crime Cymru:
In this series, we invite our Crime Cymru authors to showcase an excerpt from one of their books. This week, Chris Lloyd introduces us to the grime and fear of Occupied Paris. The extract below is from Chapter One, Page One of my new book, The Unwanted Dead, published on…

There is Still Crime!The Covenant, by Thorne Moore #BookLaunch #Review #FridayReads

Originally posted on Judith Barrow:
THE WELSH CRIME WRITING COLLECTIVE Crime Cymru is a diverse collective of Welsh crime writers, spanning crime fiction and non-fiction. Crime Cymru has three main aims.– To support crime writers with a real and present relationship with Wales– To help in the development of new writing talent– To promote Wales,…

Bestselling Thorne Moore and the resilient women who fought back…

Originally posted on Juliet Greenwood:
Today I’d like to welcome Thorne Moore, best selling author of A Time for Silence, who is published by Honno Press. Thorne’s latest novel, The Covenant, is a prequel to A Time for Silence and is published on August 20th 2020.     As a child I was very fond…

Q&A with Thorne Moore – home is where the hurt is

Originally posted on Crime Cymru:
Every week we feature a Q&A session with one of our Crime Cymru authors. This week,?Thorne Moore offers a fascinating insight into how not just location, but homes and buildings impact on character and story. Can you tell us a little about yourself? I was born in Luton, but I’ve…

Crime Cymru: The Welsh Crime Writing Collective.

Originally posted on Rats on the Run:
… … … It’s been a pleasure to work on designing and creating the new website for Crime Cymru – The Welsh Crime Writing Collective. After a kind word from Cal Smyth, who I’d previously worked with to make trailers and music for his Balkan Noir trilogy, I…

Introducing Jan Baynham, Author of Her Mother’s Secret and a worthy Romantic Novelists’ Association contender for the Joan Hessayon Award. #WritersLife #WriterWednesday — Judith Barrow

I am so pleased to be talking with Jan Baynham on my blog today. Having known Jan for some years and seen her writing going from strength to strength I was thrilled to hear that she is one of the contenders for the Romantic Novelists’ Association (RNA) 2020 prestigious Joan Hessayon Award for new writers, […]Continue reading “Introducing Jan Baynham, Author of Her Mother’s Secret and a worthy Romantic Novelists’ Association contender for the Joan Hessayon Award. #WritersLife #WriterWednesday — Judith Barrow”