Following the amazing response to her first cookery book, actor and author Rhian Cadwaladr now turns her attention to Christmas in this attractive, useful and colourful book. She shares memories and recipes, and her words are enhanced by the photography of Kristina Banholzer.
Curiadau is a pioneering and exciting LHDTQ+ anthology, the first of its type in the Welsh language. Skilful editor Gareth Evans-Jones brings together striking and diverse LHDTQ+ talents. This special collection comprises works by poets, writers and playwrights.
A dark, fantasy novel that follows Ithel as they try to unravel the mystery that threatens to destroy the kingdom. With the help of Adwen, the trader, they try to find the guilty attackers, but all kinds of atrocities occur before the journey's end.
A volume of poetry by a new poet, Tegwen Bruce-Deans. The poems discuss nature, people, relationships and much more. Tegwen is part of the current, daring poetry scene and reveals a mature voice in her first volume.
In this volume we follow Cranogwen, Sarah Jane Rees (1893-1916) of Llangrannog. She was a poet, lecturer, editor, preacher and temperance woman who inspired a new generation of female authors and public figures.
Living in London, Lydia is struggling through her twenties, regretting drunken nights, reflecting on texts and trying her best nor to be late for work. She has a complicated relationship with Wales. Far from home, she questions her identity and her vision of herself as a Welsh woman in the world.
This is a book about friends, family, growing up in north Wales, feeling you're being left behind, snogging, sex, lessons learned along the way and the people who carried you when you didn't even know you needed to be carried. A book about making sense of things when you have no idea how to do so.
Eisteddfod Daniel Owen Prize winning novel Gwynt y Dwyrain by Alun Ffred is available in the shop in Caernarfon now!... "It's a detective novel, and it's a clincher" said Dewi Prysor, one of the judges in awarding the novel. Get a copy!