Pembrokeshire. WEst Wales. United KIngdom
Judith Barrow grew up in a small village in Saddleworth, at the foot of the Pennines in North-West England, UK. In 1978 she moved with her husband, David, and their three children to Pembrokeshire in West Wales, where she is a creative writing tutor. Her short stories have been published in several Honno anthologies. Her first novel, Pattern of Shadows, published by Honno, is a wartime saga, set around the first German POW camp in Britain. The sequel, Changing Patterns was published in May 2013. The last of the trilogy is Living in the Shadows. The prequel to the Pattern series, A Hundred Tiny Threads, will be published August 2017, She also has an eBook, Silent Trauma (now out in paperback, that is fiction built on fact and based on the drug Diethylstilboestrol, which has caused devastating damage to unborn women.
Changing Patterns is a post World War II drama set in Pembrokeshire and Lancashire and was Wales Book of the Month, June 2013. it is the sequel to Pattern of Shadows. The last of the trilogy,: Living in the Shadows, is set in 1969 in the UK and covers the effects of the actions of the older members of the family on the next generation. The prequel. A Hundred Tiny Threads, is set in the 1900s and is a gritty family saga set in Lancashire around the time of the first World War and in Ireland at the time of the Black and Tans
Judith also offers workshops on all genres of creative writing in most areas of Wales UK