Places behind the books – Whitchurch water tower         From ‘Word on the Street’: ‘…beyond the rooftops the copper dome of the Whitchurch hospital water tower burnt a hole in the darkness. Wherever you go in Cardiff, …

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My literary roots Reading is to writing as eating is to your body. Read soggy prose or clichéd characters, and you might find that’s what comes out of your pen. Read crafted prose and stories that shine a light on …

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[vc_row][vc_column width=”5/6″][vc_column_text] Given the Choice by Susan Sellers From the award winning author of Vanessa and Virginia, Given the Choice is about growing older and growing up, about making choices and learning to live with them. At 39 Marion has a lot …

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Wingspan by Jeremy Hughes In September 1943 an American Flying Fortress returning from a bombing mission crashes in Wales. A farmer is first on the scene to discover that its crew of ten have all perished. When the police arrive, only nine …

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A story about love, money, and lost opportunities, ranging across Europe against a background of financial crisis, terrorism and the power of the super-rich. At the pool-side, the evening breeze is fragrant with the scent of grilled lobster and designer sun-block. Two …

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This modern day Lord of the Flies follows a group of teenagers who find themselves cut off from the adult world in an unfamiliar environment. Abandoned by his mum and with his dad in prison, 16 year old Alvin is facing life on …

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In the near future, when the world’s population has been decimated by disease, the fortunate few live inside the Boundary, while the unlucky ones are left to die on the Outside. MaryAnn is one of the privileged. It doesn’t matter that her friends …

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Word on the Street a new novel by Romy Wood. A darkly comic reflection on homelessness, life writing and dermatology. The papers call it ‘Tramp Flu’ but the doctors don’t know what to call it. Homeless people are dying and …

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