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

Wednesday’s Interview with #Honno: Today With Caroline Oakley, Editor for Honno

Today I’m really pleased to be chatting with Caroline Oakley, Editor for Honno (and,  by the way, Editor of  two of my Pattern trilogy)  Besides letting us learn a little about herself and her career as an editor, Caroline gives us an insight to Honno. It’s fascinating, I promise.    …

Double Take – (Or Why Never to Send A Husband Shopping!)

As some of you may know, as well as holding creative writing workshops I also tutor creative writing for the local council. Tutoring adults can be  rewarding (discovering wonderful writers), chaotic (my lesson plans are rarely followed – someone will inevitably take things off at a tangent) hilarious (the undiscovered comedian/ the completely unaware comedian) and…

Tales of Our Holiday Lets. Or … Is it Really Worth it? Or … Tales of the Unexpected!

Well, yes it is worth it – we love it,  despite the unexpected. Having a holiday apartment attached to our house has brought us many friends; visitors who return year after year in the summer to enjoy the lovely Pembrokeshire coastline and all the other attractions this part of West…

 
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