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Stephanie McNicholas – Town and Country Girl

Born in Pontypridd, South Wales, she qualified as a journalist in Cardiff in the 1980s and went on to write for national and regional newspapers and magazines, including Record Mirror and the Big Issue Cymru. Steph was one of the team of journalists who created the Western Mail website icwales, which later became known as Wales Online. In 2015, she joined community radio station GTFM in her hometown, as a newsreader and presenter.


Rob Graham – Craving For Adventure

Reviews: “Rob’s spirit I admire, and although he doesn’t set out to inspire; he certainly does” – Ben Fogel. TV presenter, author and adventurer 

“Determined to live his life to the full, Rob is rewarded with more than he ever imagined possible. A book for everyone.” – Ed Stafford. Explorer & first person to walk the Amazon River 

“Rob’s challenge to ride alone to the other side of the planet is a massive undertaking.” – Alistair Humphreys. National Geographic Adventurer of the Year in 2012


Sally Spedding – Behold A Pale Horse

This literary thriller mainly set in London and the south of France, draws upon parallels of evil through the ages. From 1271-1310 after the purging of the Knights Templar in 1307 and the round-up and torture of homosexuals from the French Riviera during World War II, to 1983 and young Catherine and Clement Ash’s loveless marriage. It also charts one deranged old man’s unfinished business leading to a different, even more deadly Apocalypse.


Terry Breverton – 100 Greatest Welshmen

The 100 Greatest Welshmen is a veritable goldmine of a book. Did you know that Wales can boast the man who made possible the Internet, the world’s first football superstar, the patron saint of computer technicians, America’s greatest pathfinder, the founder of socialism, Europe’s greatest legend, an American Public Enemy No. 1, the pioneer of cinema, the first British historian, the world’s greatest pirate, the 20th century’s most important liberal thinker, America’s greatest architect, the man who won the First World War, five of the first six presidents of the United States of America and the world’s most successful buccaneer?


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