Discover how Alex Wharton, the incoming Children's Laureate Wales, is inspiring the next generation through poetry and literature.
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Comedian-turned-novelist ANDI OSHO opens up about blended families and tough love in hilarious new book, TOUGH CROWD
Eve Davies speaks to comedian-turned-novelist Andi Osho about her latest book, Tough Crowd, which delves into the world of blended families, challenging relationships, and stand-up comedy.
Bala-based author Clare Mackintosh she delves into the world of reality TV manipulation in her latest crime thriller, A Game Of Lies. We spoke to her inspiration, the influence of her police background, and her love for Wales.
Manon Steffan Ros, the Yoto Carnegie medal winner, discusses her award-winning novel, The Blue Book Of Nebo. Discover the significance of hope, the power of language, and the bond between mother and son in a post-apocalyptic world.
“We need community in order to survive” – RACHEL DAWSON on her debut novel NEON ROSES, finding strength in unity
Rachel Dawson's Neon Roses explores themes of identity, activism, and family dynamics amidst the backdrop of the miners' strike in 1980s Wales, uncovering strength in unity and the power of community.
We spoke to author Tony Curtis about his debut novel, Darkness In The City Of Light, shortlisted for the Paul Torday Prize. Uncover the hidden truths of occupied France and a chilling pursuit of a notorious serial killer.
“Crises in the royal family, we’ve seen it all before” – historian TRACY BORMAN reveals the secret of royal mystique through the ages
Ahead of her spoken word tour coming to Brecon, royal historian Tracy Borman talks to us about the secrets of royal mystique and PR, from the Tudors to modern times.
When Matthew Holness wrote Garth Marenghi’s TerrorTome, he had no idea how massive the reception would be – and how many fans had been begging for Garth’s return, reports Hari Berrow
“Where are all the women?” – Bestselling author Kate Mosse dives deep into untold stories with new book and theatre show
Best known for her historical fiction, with Warrior Queens & Quiet Revolutionaries bestselling UK writer Kate Mosse takes a deep dive into the tales of women with new book and theatre show.
“Little shifts make a big difference” – author ANITA BHAGWANDAS on the UGLY truths of beauty industry
Having been taken with Ugly, an unflinching critique of ‘beauty’ and how we perceive it throughout history, Elizabeth Morris learned more from its author Anita Bhagwandas.
“I didn’t write this to hammer the point home, I wrote it to entertain” – Carole Hailey on her femicide cult novel, THE SILENCE PROJECT
The Silence Project is the debut novel by Pembrokeshire-based Carole Hailey, which takes in a global wave of self-femicide, a vow of silence, and the value of listening to one another.
If ever there was a book to offer a loving hand of support to those who struggle to muster words in public, Anne-Marie Conway’s How To Be More Hedgehog has succeeded.