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Some of our authors
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Lesley Williams – Meanderings Of The Mind
Lesley Williams lives in Swansea. After a long career in Social Services, early retirement gave her the opportunity to attend a variety of writing courses run by the University. She has performed her work locally as a member of the ‘Garage Players’ and continues to meet monthly with a small group of Swansea poets.
This moving collection of poetry and prose – ‘Meanderings of the Mind’ – draws upon many of her own heartfelt personal experiences.
Cari Glyn – Give Me Strength
The year is 1909. Bargoed is a burgeoning town in the Rhymney Valley since the sinking of the coal mine by Powell Duffryn Steam Coal Company. Walter Lewis, the newly elected miners’ agent represents the working men of the valley who pay their penny due to the Fed, the South Wales Miners Federation.
Historical fact meets fiction in a story of crime, mystery and drama in this thrilling tale. And if you are one of many thousands, near or far, with links to the Rhymney Valley or feel nostalgic for the disappearing traditions and lost industrial heritage of south east Wales – this book is a must read.
David Urwin – Plain Song from the Backstreets of Silence
David Urwin has a loyal and respectful following in south-west Wales where he regularly reads his work live, including his ‘performance poetry’. He believes that anyone who likes poetry will find something within these pages to make him/her think, smile, cry or even laugh.
‘Plain Song from the Backstreets of Silence’ is David Urwin’s second collection of poetry, following ‘Towards Humanity’, (Pinewood Press, 2015). He recommends reading the poems out loud, and disturbing the silence… for just a little while.
David Wright – It’s Time Tarian
As a professional photographer who has lived in south Wales for over 26 years David has enjoyed discovering the history of this beautiful part of the world and meeting some of it’s many interesting characters. In this, his first novel, he hopes to capture a ‘sense of community’ which has long since been eroded by the winds of time.
As a young schoolboy living in the Welsh valleys, Tarian’s life was full of the many comforts familiar to youngsters’ of the 21st Century. But the face of the world he knew so well was about to drastically change bringing with it new experiences that would shape the rest of his life.
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