"It's not too late to be what you might have been." George Elliot

Dylan Thomas exhorted us to. . .
 

'Go not gently into that good night'. 

This website intends following his advice.

WARNING - you might experience a bit of a rant when you click on the ABOUT TAB!

 

 

 

TalesFromWales.net aims to become a platform for self published and aspiring authors fed up with hearing that familiar and endearing response from established publishers.

 

Hopefully, not that endearing.

Published authors are also welcome.
No discrimination!

Click the AUTHORS TAB to meet our Featured Authors - aspiring and published. That means YOU.

 

TalesFromWales.net will feature
your books and enable you to sell direct.  

Click the BOOKSHOP TAB to view
our growing selection.

For Example

email: phil@talesfromwales.net

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is where we:

  • Feature individual authors, aspiring , self published and published.
     
  • Offer advice and technical support.
     
  • Promote events.
     
  • Invite guest posts.

Please GET IN TOUCH

email: phil@talesfromwales.net

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Book Of The Week
The Tides Between
by Elizabeth Jane Corbett

 

In 1841, on the eve of her departure from London, Bridie's mother demands she forget her dead father and prepare for a sensible, adult life in Port Phillip. Desperate to save her childhood, fifteen-year-old Bridie is determined to smuggle a notebook filled with her father's fairy tales to the far side of the world.

When Rhys Bevan, a soft-voiced young storyteller and fellow traveller realises Bridie is hiding something, a magical friendship is born. But Rhys has his own secrets and the words written in Bridie’s notebook carry a dark double meaning.

 

             

 

 

 

 Blog Of The Month
BlondeWriteMore


Roxy also has her own podcast available from iTunes.

 

Blogging is a universally accepted form of literary expression. There are many excellent and diverse  Welsh blogs.

This page provides links to your blogs or blogs you may find interesting or helpful. Click on the 'Blog Of The Week' image to visit the featured blog.

Tales From Wales will regularly explore some in more depth in our own blog.

Click on the WELSH BLOGGERS TAB to view links to more Welsh blogs

Links to:

  • Welsh Societies Worldwide
  • Writing Groups
  • Resources

 

 Click on the  LINKS TAB for more details.

I would be very interested in highlighting any work produced by Writer's Groups across Wales or in Welsh Societies across the globe.

If you would like anything included please email me:

phil@talesfromwales.net

 

 

 

 

 

 

Free downloads in PDF format to showcase the talents of self published and emerging writers.

Cick on the DOWNLOADS TAB and take a look.

On this page potential readers will find extracts of writers published work in PDF format for instant download.
Links to the complete books are provided.

Any author wishing to supply extracts or short stories should send them to:

phil@talesfromwales.net

Subscribe to the Tales From Wales newsletter and we will send information about any events or book launches etc you are planning. Just email me with the details.

Subscribers will automatically be sent a download link for the digital Spring issue of the Tales From Wales Magazine.
Print copies are available from Amazon for £6.99

Videos are becoming increasingly popular with authors as a means of promoting  their work.

Click on the VIDEOS TAB to view some examples by Welsh writers.

If you have a video send me the YouTube details at:

phil@talesfromwales.net

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tales From Wales Quarterly Magazine
SPRING ISSUE
 

Every quarter Tales From Wales intends publishing a free digital magazine.
To subscribe simply SIGN UP to our NEWSLETTER.
What you can expect:

  • Short Stories
  • Best Blog Posts
  • Featured Authors and Their Books
  • Featured Blogger
  • 'How To' Articles - Create Your Own Video Trailer etc.
  • Featured Writing Group/Welsh Society
  • Guest Artist/Creative Person
  • Events

AVAILABLE MARCH Ist

 

Tales From Wales
Spring 2018

:Short Stories:

A Touch of Gloss
- Bel Roberts
What happens when a stranger returns from the war?

Smart Phone - Paul Worthington
Evil used to lurk in crypts - not any more.

The Accident - Stuart Kear
Murder deep underground with a dark twist.

God Help Us, It's John Palfrey
- Rob Benbow
We've all heard of Matthew Hopkins but what ever happened to John Palfrey?
 

Star Blogger:
The Diary of Roxy Collins - Lucy Mitchell
Single mum Roxy is beset by problems, not least a decidedly dodgy shower.
 

Tom Stephens' Riot - On an errand of mercy Tom is caught in the middle of the Tonypandy Riots and the mounted police are about to charge. A true event.

 

 Free Digital Version Available: Subscribe to our Newsletter

Author Extracts:

Between the Tides - Historical Drama by exciting new Welsh/Australian author Elizabeth Jane Corbett

The Iron Masters - Graham Watkins transports us back to the Merthyr of the Industrial Revolution on the eve of the Battle of Trafalgar.

What if someone could invade your dreams? 'Get Out of My Dreams' is an ingenious thriller from the pen of Allan Lewis.

The excellent Jan Ruth writes women's fiction with an equine background. 'Palamino Sky' is a must read.

Amanda Aubrey-Burden is a talented new writer with a penchant for the supernatural.

 'The Devil's Messiah' and 'The Ghost Horse of Galinas Moor'' have both been eagerly received by horror/supernatural aficianados.
Amanda's new novel 'The Journey of Jonas Llewellyn' is available from March 1st,

 

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