#BookSpotlight THE CASEROOM by Kate Hunter @FledglingPress #Giveaway

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Today, I want to tell you all about The Caseroom by Kate Hunter. A book that is published by Fledgling Press. It is just one of the books in our January giveaway.

💫 The Caseroom

Back of the Book

Set in the thick of workers lives in Edinburgh’s thriving print industry, The Caseroom follows Iza into the arcane world of the caseroom where she learns the intricacies of a highly-skilled trade.

As one of some 800 Edinburgh women who for a few decades did so, she becomes a hand-typesetter, work that had been, and was to become once more, a male preserve. Despite hostility to the cheap labour that women represent, Iza persists in work that allows her to feed her imagination on books. But holding on to her trade means hardening herself to the needs of those she loves. And when the men’s union moves to eliminate women from the caseroom and a We Women movement forms to oppose them, there is no middle ground. Torn between class and gender loyalties and embroiled in a bitter labour dispute, Iza must choose sides.

💫 Kate Hunter
Kate Hunter s father’s family earned a living in the Edinburgh print trade. They made books and newspapers; they read them, but they never got the chance to write them. Kate has read thousands of books and helped to make a fair few. Now she has written one.

She grew up in Edinburgh, worked in a printers there when she was fifteen and, later, was a Mother of the Chapel in Milton Keynes where she now lives.

💫Giveaway

To enter to win a whole stack of books from Fledgling Press and Orenda Books, visit our Twitter and see the pinned post.

Ends 31.01.19 at midnight. The UK only.

💫 Fledgling Press

https://twitter.com/FledglingPress

http://www.fledglingpress.co.uk/

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