The Tide Singer

I am absolutely delighted that The Tide Singer has been published by the wonderful Barrington Stoke. 

‘The sound and taste of the sea roll through this story, wild, strange and powerful, the strength of a storm matched by Morwenna’s quiet kindness and compassion. An unforgettable story.’ Andrea Reece, Love Reading 4 Schools.

‘A captivating fantasy with an important message for us all.’ Jennie, Edspire. 





Winner of the Wolverhampton Children’s Book Award 2020

Wales Arts Review Young People’s Book of the Year 2020

Shortlisted for the Wales Book of the Year 2021

‘A bubbling cauldron of mystical tension.’ Daily Mail’s Best Summer Children’s Reads 2020





Shortlisted for the NE Book Awards 2019

Shortlisted for the Tir n’a n-Og Award 2019

Selected as one of Wales Arts Review’s Welsh Books for Young People – The Best of 2018

Shortlisted for the Family Bookworms Awards for Welsh Authors and Illustrators, MG Book of the Year 2018

‘Brilliant. So atmospheric, and chilling, and gripping, but with real warmth at its heart. Loved the heroine; a character of real complexity, and Eloise Williams’ writing is as shining and beautiful as the book’s title.’ Kiran Milwood-Hargrave





Winner of the Ysgol Bae Baglan Book Awards 2018

Wales Arts Review Young People’s Book of the Year 2017

Shortlisted for the Tir na n-Og Awards 2018

Longlisted for the Shrewsbury Best Book Award 2018

‘A darkly delicious romp through the backstreets of Victorian Cardiff. I loved it!’ Emma Carroll




Elen’s Island

Book Trust’s Advent Calendar choice 2015!

Selected for the BookTrust Letterbox pack 2017!

Elen’s Island is set in fictionalised versions of Tenby and Caldey & Skomer Island, Pembrokeshire.