judith barrow

About me

Born in Lancashire, Judith Barrow has lived in Pembrokeshire,West Wales for nearly forty years.As well as an author she is also a creative writing tutor.Her first history novel, Pattern of Shadows was published by Honno and is a wartime saga, set around the first German POW camp in Britain. The sequel, Changing Patterns was published in May 2013. She is currently working on the third of the trilogy, Ending Pattern, set in the sixties.

Changing Patterns is a gritty post World War II drama set in Pembrokeshire and Lancashire and was Wales Book of the Month, June 2013. it is the sequel to Pattern of Shadows:

From my website

Review of Concealment by Rose Edmund

    There are two genres that I really enjoy; family sagas and crime thrillers. Rose Edmund’s Concealment belongs to the latter and fulfilled all my expectations. Initially it was a bit of a slow burner for me but this was probably a lack of insight to the intrigues of…

Wednesday’s Interview with #Honno authors – today with Carly Holmes

Today I’m chatting with multi-talented Carly Holmes.:-       Please tell us about your writing background and history   My path to becoming a writer is so common as to be a stereotype: I was an introverted child, painfully shy and insecure. My favourite pastime from about age 5…

Interview with Kate Murray, Author and Artist

Today I’m pleased to hand over to Kate Murray, author and artist.     Who am I? Well, I’m Kate and I work in a shed workshop just outside Tregaron. My day normally consists of writing and drawing. Yes, I’m a full-time writer, or at least I’m trying to be.…

 
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