Women Aloud is an audio anthology of short stories written by eleven of the UK’s best loved women’s fiction writers. There’s something for everyone in this unique audiobook – love, laughter, thrills and chills. It will make a great gift for a friend, mum, sister, grandmother, aunt, girlfriend, wife, partner or…yourself!
Listen to stories by Trisha Ashley, Judy Astley, Elizabeth Chadwick, Rowan Coleman, Katie Fforde, Milly Johnson, Catherine King, Sophie King, Carole Matthews, Sue Moorcroft and Allie Spencer.
All the proceeds from Women Aloud will go to the Helena Kennedy Foundation, to support them in the great work that they do.
2 CDs with over 2 hours of stories for £5.99 (free delivery to UK mainland). For overseas purchases please email us. You don’t need a Paypal account to buy Women Aloud.
The Cinderella Dress by Elizabeth Chadwick, narrated by Penelope Rawlins
It’s The Taking Part That Counts by Allie Spencer, narrated by Sue Kyd
In Real Life by Rowan Coleman, narrated by Elizabeth Bower
The Garden by Catherine King, narrated by Kali Peacock
Crossing to the Other Line by Sue Moorcroft, narrated by Samantha Hill
A Piece of Cake by Trisha Ashley, narrated by Becky Wright
Fox Sleeping by Judy Astley, narrated by Jane McDowell
The Way to a Man’s Heart by Carole Matthews, narrated by Lara Agar Stoby
A Woman of Good Taste by Milly Johnson, narrated by Martha Howe Douglas
The One by Katie Fforde narrated by Stephanie Lane
At Your Convenience by Sophie King, narrated by Lisa Armytage
The Foundation provides financial bursaries, mentoring and support to disadvantaged students from the further and adult education sectors, enabling them to complete their studies in higher education and move on successfully into employment.To date sales of Women Aloud have raised over £600 for the Foundation. Find out more about the Helena Kennedy Foundation.
Everyone involved in the production of Women Aloud has donated their time and talents to support this project. We would like to thank all the writers and actors for their generosity.Women Aloud is directed and produced by National Short Story Week Director Ian Skillicorn.