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PRAISE FOR 'MY BEAUTIFUL IMPERIAL'  
A HISTORICAL NOVEL

Published by Victorina Press www.victorinapress.co.uk

Release date: December 2017

‘Skillfully blending fact and fiction, drama and tragedy, Rhiannon Lewis has produced an absorbing novel of depth and complexity. The unusual backdrop of the Chilean Civil War adds both colour and adventure as accidental hero Davy finds himself a very long way from his Welsh home. Highly recommended!’
— Catherine Hanley, historian and author of the Edwin Weaver medieval mysteries
‘Powerful and well written. It is a meaty read, one that will satisfy lovers of action stories and historical fiction alike.’
— Reader for the Literature Wales Critical Service
‘The material is fresh – I can’t think of anyone writing about these particular historical events in fiction.’
— Michael Langan, author, editor and reader at TLC
‘Very readable, engrossing. Terrific!’
— Karl French, author, editor and reader at TLC
‘This is an interesting subject for a historical novel, one which I haven’t come across previously at all.’
— Penny Thomas, Seren Books
 

PRAISE FOR SHORT STORIES

The Jugs Stay with the Dresser
(Winner, Frome Festival Short Story Competition)

”Rhiannon Lewis’s The Jugs Stay with the Dresser was the stand-out entry for me in this year’s Frome Festival Short Story Competition. A vivid, poignant story of a young wife in 60s rural Wales who finds her voice and discovers an unlikely ally along the way. Beautifully written with plenty of sweet to balance the bitter, it will stay with me for a long time.”

— Laura Wilkinson, judge and author of 'Skin Deep'
Gabriel’s Halo
(1st prize winner, Writers’ Forum Magazine, November 2016)
’There are so many good descriptive passages that it was hard to pick a few as illustrations. This is a story brimming with good things all the way through. I love the ending which reverberates with hope. We don’t have too much to worry about as long as Oswald and Gabriel are still on the job.’
Lorraine Mace, Head Judge, Writers’ Forum Magazine
— Lorraine Mace, Head Judge, Writers' Forum Magazine