Juliet Greenwood

About me

Juliet is the author of First World War Novel ‘We That are Left’, completed with a Literature Wales Writers’ Bursary 2013 and published by Honno Press in February 2014. ‘We That are Left’ was the March Book of the Month for Welsh Book Council, Waterstones Wales and the National Museums of Wales. The Kindle edition reached number 4 in the Amazon charts.

Juliet’s previous novel for Honno, the timeshift ‘Eden’s Garden’, published in 2012, was a finalist in ‘The People’s Book Prize’ 2014, and the Kindle version reached number 5 in the Amazon charts.

Juliet lives in a traditional Welsh cottage halfway between the romantic Isle of Anglesey and the beautiful mountains and ruined castles of Snowdonia. As well as novels under her own name, Juliet writes stories and serials for magazines as ‘Heather Pardoe’.

When not writing, Juliet works on local oral history projects, helping older people tell their stories before they are lost forever.

From my website

‘We That are Left’ reaches number 4 in the Amazon Kindle Charts.

I never thought I’d see this! ‘We That are Left’ was recently chosen for an Amazon Kindle Daily Deal promotion- and soared up to the dizzy heights of number #4 in the Kindle store. It was number #2 in Historical Sagas And here it is – the bit where I…

‘We That are Left’ is book of the Month three times over!

This is the WW1 Seed Cake (made with poppy seeds and delicious) that I took along to the BBC studios in Bangor when I went to record my interview for ‘The Roy Noble Show’, which will be broadcast on Radio Wales on Mother’s Day. And what else but cake for…

‘We That are Left’ has arrived!

The copies of ‘We That are Left’ have arrived! Here is one proud author, holding on tight and waiting for the official publication day on February 20th.  

 
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