How I Write by Dylan H Jones

Originally posted on Crime Cymru:
In the How I Write series, our Crime Cymru authors share their insights into the writing process. This week, Dylan H Jones tackles the burning question of Barry and how to banish – or at least tame – your inner fear as a writer. Banishing Your Personal Barry. Tips for the doubting…

Honno Authors Book Fair 2022 Guest Post with Thorne Moore

Originally posted on Making it up as I go along:
In the second of my guest posts asking some of our authors to share their thoughts about book fairs and the lack thereof over the past two years, I’m delighted to invite Thorne Moore to share her musings. Thorne is another founding member of the…

Honno Authors Book Fair 2022 Guest Post with Judith Barrow

Originally posted on Making it up as I go along:
Prior to the first Honno Authors Book Fair in May, my first guest post features the splendid Judith Barrow, telling us what she has missed about book fairs. Judith is one of Honno’s most prolific authors and a co-founding member of the original Tenby Book…

Honno Authors Book Fair 2022

Originally posted on Making it up as I go along:
It is my pleasure to announce the forthcoming Honno Authors Book Fair 2022, scheduled to take place at The Queen’s Hall, Narberth, on Saturday 7 May. Authors taking part are all published by Honno, the longest-standing, independent women’s press in the UK. Based in Aberystwyth…

A Christmas Story by Thorne Moore

Originally posted on Crime Cymru:
So this is Christmas. We hope you’ve had fun with our selection of seasonal tales of murder, mistletoe and mayhem. Before the last story on the night before Christmas, it just remains for all of us at Crime Cymru to wish you a very Merry Christmas and all the best…

A Christmas Story (Part 3) by Alan Roderick

Originally posted on Crime Cymru:
This year, Santa’s little helpers have been more than generous and we’ve got a bumper crop of wonderful Christmas short stories for you – from the dark to the whimsical and all stops in between. So put your favourite Christmas jumper on, pour yourself a mulled wine, grab a mince pie and…

A Christmas Story (Part 2) by Alan Roderick

Originally posted on Crime Cymru:
This year, Santa’s little helpers have been more than generous and we’ve got a bumper crop of wonderful?Christmas short stories?for you – from the dark to the whimsical and all stops in between. So put your favourite Christmas jumper on, pour yourself a mulled wine, grab a mince pie and…

A Christmas Story (Part 1) by Alan Roderick

Originally posted on Crime Cymru:
This year, Santa’s little helpers have been more than generous and we’ve got a bumper crop of wonderful?Christmas short stories?for you – from the dark to the whimsical and all stops in between. So put your favourite Christmas jumper on, pour yourself a mulled wine, grab a mince pie and…

A Christmas Story by Sally Spedding

Originally posted on Crime Cymru:
This year, Santa’s little helpers have been more than generous and we’ve got a bumper crop of wonderful Christmas short stories for you – from the dark to the whimsical and all stops in between. So put your favourite Christmas jumper on, pour yourself a mulled wine, grab a mince pie and…

A Christmas Story by Phil Rowlands

Originally posted on Crime Cymru:
This year, Santa’s little helpers have been more than generous and we’ve got a bumper crop of wonderful Christmas short stories for you – from the dark to the whimsical and all stops in between. So put your favourite Christmas jumper on, pour yourself a mulled wine, grab a mince pie and…