Making headlines in Wales: Nanteos’ newest literary credentials.

nanteos-haunted-mansion-2016Nanteos Mansion, said to be one of the most haunted houses in the whole of Wales, was the setting of Waterstones Aberystwyth’s literary dinner. Author Jane Blank, whose book, The Shadow of Nanteos, was chosen as Waterstones’ Welsh Book of the Month for November was the evening’s special guest. Jane is pictured next to Shane Lipscombe below.

The Shadow of Nanteos, the first in a two-part series by Blank, is a historical love story based on the real lives of the Powell family of Nanteos mansion in Ceredigion during the 1750s.

During the literary dinner, guests were given wine and a two course meal along with an opportunity to meet and ask questions of author Jane Blank before exploring the house and its fascinating history, giving depth to the novel.

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Cambrian News 18 Feb 2016

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