POSTPONED Behind the Curtains: An Evening with West Wales Authors

On Thursday 16th April at 7.30pm we will be joined by three West Wales authors who will be reading from some of their recent novels, discussing the Family Saga genre (for both readers and writers) and answering any questions.

Judith Barrow has lived in Pembrokeshire for forty years and publishes short stories, plays, reviews and articles. She has won several poetry competitions and completed three children’s books.
She is a Creative Writing tutor for Pembrokeshire County Council and holds one-to-one creative writing workshops.

Thorne Moore says ‘I am usually considered a psychological crime writer – domestic Noir, if you will – although, as a subject, crime appeals to me only as a traumatic turn of events that shakes people’s lives, the consequence of earlier situations or a trigger of later ones’. Thorne lives in Pembrokeshire which formas the backdrop for much of her writing.

Alex Martin can mostly be found, scribbling or tapping away in her garden shed, indulging her passion for writing, as the wind and rain lash at her little refuge. Her latest book is a ghost story, The Rose Trail, a time slip novel which weaves between the present day and the English Civil War with a supernatural thread.

Tickets for this social evening are £5 (redeemable against the purchase of a book, by any of the three authors, from our shop). Refreshments will be available and booking is essential as spaces are limited.