#ExcerptWeek – A Hundred Tiny Threads by Judith Barrow

The Write Stuff

This morning, I’d like to welcome Judith Barrow, who is sharing an excerpt from her latest book, A Hundred Tiny Threads, which is now available for pre-order. I know you’ll enjoy this one, and will remember to share hither and yon, as you can. Thanks so much, and thanks, Judith, for taking part in #ExcerptWeek. Welcome!


Gritty family saga set in Lancashire in the 1900s and Ireland at the time of the Black and Tans.
Winifred is a determined young woman eager for new experiences, for a life beyond the grocer’s shop counter ruled over by her domineering mother. When her friend Honora – an Irish girl, with the freedom to do as she pleases – drags Winifred along to a suffragette rally, she realises that there is more to life than the shop and her parents’ humdrum lives of work and grumbling.

Bill Howarth’s troubled childhood echoes…

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10 thoughts on “#ExcerptWeek – A Hundred Tiny Threads by Judith Barrow

  1. I love Judith Barrow’s strong female characters. I’ve read and enjoyed her WW2 novels and I’m looking forward to reading this story set at the turn of the Twentieth Century. Suffragettes? A Suffragette rally? How women’s lives changed at that time? I’m hooked.


  2. Will do my utmost to get to Judith’s book launch and get my copy next Thursday. Her strong characters and a writing style that hooks you from the start is her trademark. Thoroughly enjoyed the Trilogies, looking forward to this one, Judith! xx


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