writing

Neil Rathmell - Shropshire author
12 Mar 2015
A Shrewsbury based author is celebrating this week, after receiving the news that two of his recent books are to be available from another county outlet! Neil Rathmell is pleased to report that both his books, ‘Vive Le Mole’ and ‘An Englishman and his Mother Abroad’, are available to purchase from Castle Bookshop in Ludlow, on the Market Square. Vive Le Mole is a tale of love and intrigue, a...
30 Jan 2015
Journalism students in Cardiff will have the chance to compete for a £1,000 cash prize, a high-performance driving experience day and a two-week work placement at some of the UK’s top motoring publications. Launched by Welsh Motoring Writers in memory of John Arfon Edwards, one of the group’s founder members who passed away in 2014, the prize will be open to students at Cardiff University’s...
Neil Rathmell  Shrewsbury author - novel
10 Dec 2014
A reminder to anyone late-night Christmas shopping in Shrewsbury town centre this evening - that there's a special literary event taking place at Pengwern Books. People are encouraged to drop by Pengwern Books on Fish Street, between 7pm and 8:30pm - to join Shrewsbury author Neil Rathmell, for readings of his latest novel Vive Le Mole - a grown-up sequel to The Wind In The Willows. There will be...
Neil Rathmell - Waterstones Shrewsbury
03 Dec 2014
A local author is celebrating another achievement this week - for copies of his memoir are now available on sale at the Waterstones store in Shrewsbury town centre.   People can find copies of Neil’s first book - An Englishman and his Mother Abroad - in store. In the book, Neil writes poignantly and vividly about the ten days he spent with his mother in India, staying with friends to celebrate...
Shropshire author celebrating bookshop news
05 Nov 2014
A Shrewsbury author is celebrating after receiving news last week, that his second novel is to be stocked at Bookshrop bookshop in Whitchurch. Neil Rathmell describes the novel, Vive le Mole! as a grown-up sequel to the traditional childhood classic The Wind in the Willows. The story is one of love and intrigue - set in the south of France. Vive le Mole! follows on from Neil’s previous release, ...
Neil Rathmell - Shrewsbury based author releases second novel
06 Oct 2014
Local author Neil Rathmell describes his new novel, Vive le Mole! as a grown-up sequel to the traditional childhood tale of The Wind in the Willows. It’s a story of love and intrigue set in the south of France.   Neil recently delivered a talk at Shrewsbury Library, where an intrigued audience was treated to a preview of the book. An extract from Vive le Mole! was the last item to feature...
Subscribe to writing