Juliet Greenwood is published by Honno, the Welsh Women’s Press. She has always had a passion for history, and in particular for the experiences of women, which are often overlooked or forgotten.
‘We That are Left’ (2014), set in WW1, and timeshift ‘Eden’s Garden’ (2012), have reached #4 and #5 in the UK Amazon Kindle store. ‘Eden’s Garden’ was a finalist for ‘The People’s Book Prize’ and ‘We That are Left’ was chosen by the ‘Country Wives’ website as one of their top ten ‘riveting reads’ of 2014, was one of the top ten reads of the year for the ‘Word by Word’ blog, and was a Netmums top summer read for 2014.
‘The White Camellia’, based around a suffrage ladies’ tearoom as women struggle to achieve the vote, will be published by Honno in September 2016.
As well as novels under her own name, Juliet writes as ‘Heather Pardoe’.
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The White Camellia is now out! Set in Edwardian Cornwall and London, with a crumbling old house and a family feud going back through the generations, against the backdrop of women’s fight for the vote. What dark secret lies in the depth of the Cornish mine? Available from Honno Press…
I’m excited to announce that ‘The White Camellia’ is finished, and will be published September 15th 2016 by Honno Press! The paperback is up for pre-order on Amazon, but not yet the kindle edition. It will also be available from the Honno website In 1909, the White Camellia ladies’ tearooms were…
Welsh Book of the Month 2012 and Finalist for ‘The People’s Book Prize’ 2014 For one day only! £0.99 in the UK (CLICK HERE) and $1.47 in the USA (CLICK HERE) Take a journey through Cornwall and Snowdonia this Easter to uncover the secrets behind the statues in Plas Eden’s gardens.…