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Music Review: 9Bach – ‘Tincian’

9bach-tincian

A Welsh band combines modern sounds and folk themes in a set of songs beautifully sung in the Welsh language. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Stranded with the Tycoon’ by Sophie Pembroke

Stranded with the Tycoon

A contemporary romance novel set in Britain, with plush hotels and cosy cottages. Yum! Read More »

Interview: Sally Spedding, Author of Cold Remains

Sally Spedding opens up the world of a chiller thriller writer with insights into her motivation and her methods. Read More »

Book Review: Cold Remains by Sally Spedding

A bone-chilling noir mystery, Cold Remains is set in a sinister house in rural Wales, present and past. Read More »

Nine Days in Wales, Part Five (and Conclusion)

Castles, sunsets, and sheep who wander off their field and onto a traffic median, where they continue peacefully grazing. That's Wales. Read More »

Nine Days in Wales, Part Four

More castles and a side trip to Portmerion, one of the strangest places in the world, brought us near the end of our adventure. Read More »

Nine Days in Wales, Part Three

The magnificence of Tintern Abbey, and the beauty of St. David's, where according to legend St. Patrick set sail for Ireland. Read More »

Nine Days in Wales, Part Two

Our journey continues to the picturesque Gower Peninsula, then up to the dramatic ruins of remote Carreg Cennen Castle. Read More »

Nine Days in Wales, Part One

"Why Wales?" I can't tell you how many times we heard that as we planned our trip. Here are plenty of reasons. Read More »

Music Review: Jon Langford – Skull Orchard Revisited

The Mekons frontman revisits an early solo album and his Welsh homeland, with mixed results. Read More »