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Stondin Cyngor Llyfrau Cymru, Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Cymru, Sir Gâr  08/08/14
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Inshallah by Alys Einion

With twin boys only months old, Amanda arrives in Saudi Arabia to live with her husband Mohammed. Her new life is strange and confusing...

'A powerful and beautifully written story…grippingly claustrophobic' Kit Habianic, author of Until Our Blood is Dry

'The compelling story of one woman's extraordinary journey... by turns gripping, provoking and vividly sensory'
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First published by Honno in July 2014
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Here We Stand ed. Helena Earnshaw, Angharad Penrhyn Jones

'A beautiful and necessary book full of passion, humour, encouragement, information and hope. This is the kind of writing that saves lives.' A.L. KENNEDY

A fascinating and unique anthology about women campaigners and the moment they became politicised. Through a series of interviews and articles, key British women campaigners from the last thirty-five years talk intimately about the difficult and exhilarating nature of their work.




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In a Foreign Country by Hilary Shepherd

Anne is in Ghana for the first time - her father has been working up country since she was a small child and they no longer really know each other. A few days into her stay, the houseboy Moses returns from a trip and Anne is left with the feeling that she's surplus to requirements. Then something happens that changes everything and Anne is forced to confront her future and her failings in the brutal glare of the African sun.

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First published by Honno in March 2014
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