Why is the quarry at Nant at a stop?
What type of tree stands alone outside Llinos’ cottage?
What creature is Elin reminded of when she finds herself listening and resting in a dusty corner of a chapel?
What name does Mr Price give to Fool’s Gold?
Hillman Publishing are running a competition. Whoop!
Elin’s Air competition time! Between 20th August and 24th September Emily Stanford will be giving you weekly clues (five in all), the answers to which will be hidden in your copy of Elin’s Air. Get them all right and you’ll be in with a chance to win a miniature Welsh Miner’s lamp made by a company in Aberdare, Wales who’ve been manufacturing them since they were invented! To enter the competition, simply email all your answers to email@example.com by 1st October. In the mean time, Elin’s Air will be available from www.hillmanpublishing.com for only £7.99 until the start of the competition.
When I was little we used to make Sally Worms to count the days down to an exciting event. You tear a segment off each day. This is my Sally Worm, or shall we call it a book worm, that is helping me count the days until Elin’s Air becomes avaliable for purchase. 25 days to go. Although having said that, it will be available slightly earlier from Waterstones, where you can pre-order a copy.