Author Terry Breverton launches two new books

Terry Breverton is the author of over forty books. He has just released two new books of Welsh history at the new community centre of the famous historical village of Myddfai in the Brecon Beacons.

The Kindle version of The Physicians of Myddfai is also available for download. For more information on the print books, click here.

Myddfai Community Hall in the Brecon Beacons, West Wales

Billionaire Boys Election Freak Show

Billionaire BoysOUT SOON!

A handful of billionaires supporting the US Republican/GOP/Tea Party, spent hundreds of millions of Super PAC dollars to buy attack adverts against President Barack Obama.

Demographics though show Romney getting 0% of the African American vote, losing Hispanics by 60 points and women by 30 points. Only rich, white men support Mitt Romney n an election he should win. Christian evangelicals, crucial to the GOP in every election, do not support Romney, they simply hate President Obama.

As Democrats learned in 2004, hatred of George W. Bush was not enough to win. You also have to love your candidate. This Right Wing freak show of a social issues ideological presidential election has been as distasteful as it is ‘car-crash theatre’ fascinating.

In this book, Denis G. Campbell traces the 2012 election campaign’s trail from the February primaries through to the August conventions. You will see how conventional political wisdom was turned completely on its ear the 2012 election.

Denis G. Campbell is editor of UK Progressive and the author of five books on politics and the Middle East. A frequent commentator for the BBC, itv, and others, his World Views with Denis Campbell segment broadcasts each Thursday on the syndicated David Pakman Show.

Surfing through Minefields

Latest novel from Bel Roberts

This is a novel about teenagers facing serious life challenges and the eventual triumph of justice and good sense.
Lauren, a 15 year-old  English schoolgirl, is forced to stay with her grandmother in Wales when there is trouble at home. With her pet dog, called Flea Bag, Lauren is plunged into a strange environment, where she soon makes as many enemies as friends.
For her GCSE History project, Lauren chooses to research the Senghenydd Colliery disaster of 1913, in which over four hundred men and teenaged boys died.  Besides reading the recorded views of historians, she enlists the help of locals, who have photographs and news cuttings relating to the tragic event. Lauren becomes so emotionally involved with the topic that it changes her attitude to life and makes her question her own family’s social position.
Lauren’s hectic half term at her new school involves her in lots of problems and laughter, and even sees her falling hopelessly in love with Justin, a brilliant but disturbed sixth form pupil.
You can buy the eBook from Amazon now


Bel Roberts Short Stories

This is an anthology containing several award winning short stories about Bel Robert’s experiences growing up in the South Wales valleys, as a teacher and as a world traveller.

If you liked Bel Roberts’  A discerning Woman’s Guide to Manhunting then you’ll love these brilliant short stories for Amazon Kindle users.

  • A Touch of Gloss
  • A Dog’s Life
  • A Christmas To Remember
  • The Magic Passwords
  • Love All
  • The Gift Horse
  • Lamb in Wolf’s Clothing
  • Saved By The Bell
  • Spawning A Psychopath
  • Within A Whisker
  • You Couldn’t Make It Up
  • The Last Supper
  • An Unlucky Man
  • What Friends Are For
  • German for Dummies
  • How a Welsh Pensioner came to marry a Witchdoctor