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Homecoming: A gloriously nostalgic tale set in the 1950s (Swansea Girls Trilogy Book 3) Kindle Edition
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EVENTS:March and April will see Catrin Collier criss-crossing Wales with a series of signing events to promote HOMECOMING. Catrin will be visiting a number of stores including: WHSMITH Merthyr Tydfil, WHSMITH Pontypridd (twice), WHSMITH Llanelli, WHSMITH Caerphilly, WHSMITH Swansea, THE NEITH BOOKSHOP, THEPORTHCAWL BOOKSHOP, THE ABERGAVENNY BOOKSHOP, THE MONMOUTH BOOKSHOP, THE WELLFIELD BOOKSHOP (Cardiff), MERLINS BOOKSHOP (Newport), OTTAKARS Aberbavenny and OTTAKARS Carmarthan, WATERSTONES Cardiff and WATERSTONES Swansea. Catrin will be signing copies of HOMECOMING and the other titles in the Swansea trilogy at the opening of the new BORDERS in Swansea on 14 March, and before this will be at OXFAM in Swansea for their Fairtrade and Red Nose Day event day. Catrin will also being talking at Llandeilo Library on 28 February, and at theAmman Valley writers workshop on 8 March 03. NEWSPAPERS:Catrin Collier is being interviewed by WALES ON SUNDAY, SOUTH WALES EVENING POST, SOUTH WALES ECHO and the KENT MESSENGER GROUP and so far reviews of HOMECOMING have been confirmed in SOUTH WALES ARGUS, CARDIFF POST SERIES, CAMBRIA (the national magazine for Wales) and ONEWALES. THE SUN may be interested in a health feature with Catrin. Tbc. MAGAZINES:CHOICE MAGAZINE will be featuring an interview withCatrin Collier in their April 03 edition and WRITING MAGAZINE are also publishing an interview with Catrin in their June/July issue - out in May. RADIO:Catrin referred to her interview on BBC Radio NEWCASTLE's Julia Hankin Show on12 March 03 as "probably the best I've had in ten years of book promotion". She will be interviewed on BBC Radio KENT's Jonathan Witchell show on Mother's Day (30 March 03) and HOMECOMING will be 'Book of the Week' on The Arts Programme, BBC Radio CAMBRIDGESHIRE, this will include a competition. Reviewed in PLANET: THE WELSH INTERNATIONALIST 'An engrossing novel'RUGBY EVENING TELEGR
The final novel in this Swansea trilogy about working girls in the fifties and their enduring friendships.
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12 June 2010
The last of the trilogy titled Swansea Girls Swansea Summer and now Homecoming.. I have loved all three books which describe the story of the journey LIly, Helen, Judy and Katie make through teens to motherhood. There is sadness, happiness, love, hate and despair in this well written story. The characters are warm and caring and not too good. Very true to life. For me the real test of a book or set of books is the sense of regret I feel when I finish reading them. I certainly don't want to say goodbye to these girls and am sorry that unlike Ms Colliers other series this is only a trilogy. Recommended to anyone who likes family stories
2 March 2018
Very different, but the characters and storyline are good. Different from anything else I've read but I did enjoy it.
16 February 2014
I enjoyed each book and was sorry when they came to the end. There were so many twist and turns in the book. They were well written and with having been to the Swansea area you felt if you knew the places that were mentioned. All I can say well done Catrin Collier and I hope to read many more of your novels.
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Would recommend this book to friends and family. Have read quite a few books by this author and have enjoyed them all
Having been very impressed with The Reader I was looking forward to reading this but I did not enjoy it nearly as much. Far to complex and reliant on Greek myths for my liking.
Another good read and a good end to the trilogy although it did become predictable but still very enjoyable book