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CELEBRATING 30 YEARS OF GREAT WRITING FROM GREAT WELSH WOMEN

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"We love celebrating both Welsh writing and women's writing - no place does this better than the wonderful Honno press!" Welsh Writers' Trust



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Light Switches are my Kryptonite by Crystal Jeans

Sylvester is a frightened, brave, compassionate young man with an OCD problem. He spends a lot of time in his room, muttering his mantras and gluing glitter to the light switches. Join him, his fragile friend Patty and his father on a ride through paranoia, drink and psychedelia.

"...an amazing piece of literary ventriloquism; convincing, moving, funny, flawlessly sustained, and utterly compelling." Niall Griffiths

"Think Caitlin Moran in Gabalfa, Cardiff - dysfunctionality made humorous and page-turningly entertaining and moving." Prof Tony Curtis

From the author of The Vegetarian Tigers of Paradise.

First published by Honno in April 2017
£8.99

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Remember No More by Jan Newton

The first DS Kite novel

Newly promoted DS Julie Kite has left urban Manchester and its inner city problems for a new life in tranquil mid-Wales and a new start for her marriage. But on her first day she is thrust into the centre of a murder investigation.

"A rare treat from a fine storyteller"
Fflur Dafydd

First published by Honno in March 2017
£8.99

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Gladys of Harlech by L.M.Spooner

Gladys of Harlech was first published anonymously in 1858. The novel is set during the Wars of the Roses in the mid-15th century and tells the story of Gladys, granddaughter of the last Welsh keeper of Harlech, and her family.

The Cambrian Journal praised it's "true spirit of patriotism [which penetrates... Gladys of Harlech, and gives life and vigour..., which is refreshing to contemplate."]

First published by Honno in February 2017
£14.99

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The White Camellia by Juliet Greenwood

Bea is expected to marry her wealthy cousin after her family has to leave Tressillion. A visit to the White Camellia tearoom finds her drawn into the suffrage campaign - will following her heart mean betraying her family? American Sybil buys Tressillion and its secrets will eventually force her and Bea together - will they be enemies or allies?

"Beautiful writing, wonderful storytelling, and onto my Books of the Year list without a moment's hesitation."
Anne, Being Anne

"The White Camellia is a moving story, portraying the lives of ordinary women who take huge risks in standing up for themselves and fighting for justice... full of suspense, mystery and engaging characters, with a small portion of romance and plenty of drama."
Rachel Carney, Created To Read

First published by Honno in September 2016
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Thicker Than Water by Bethan Darwin

From the award-winning author of Back Home

Gareth Maddox has his own successful Cardiff Bay law firm, a clever and talented wife and four perfectly imperfect children. Then along comes Cassandra Taylor, MD of a company that wants to employ Gareth's firm on a major project.

Gareth takes a risk on everything he holds dear but nothing may ever be quite as it was before Perfect Ltd came to Wales.

First published by Honno in August 2016
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Honno is a publisher well worth following. It concentrates on the work of women of Welsh descent or connection, a sort of Celtic Virago, and is developing a very impressive modern fiction list. Writers in Oxford Newsletter

I think there might be a bit of a fight the next time that we get something from Honno and I'd certainly like to thank them for sending this book to the Bookbag

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