Up until this week, my novel was a manuscript bound by little more than hope and a dream. But now, The Story Collector has been enveloped by a design that I have to say, I love! So without further ado, here it is… I am not exaggerating when I say my publisher (Urbane Publications) was… Continue reading My Book Has A Face!
‘Tis almost the season to start thinking about giving and to celebrate the launch of the new paperback version of The Heirloom, I am giving away 3 signed copies over on Goodreads. This is open to residents in Ireland only this time, just so I can make the Christmas post! Goodreads Book Giveaway The Heirloom… Continue reading The Heirloom Giveaway
I enjoy a challenge. And if I can do it sitting down, all the better. Cue my obsession with reading and writing dual timelines. The marmite of the literary world, dual timelines can either thrill or annoy a reader and as a writer of the genre, I’ve found myself oscillating between both emotions on more… Continue reading A Tale Of Two Timelines
It’s summer. You all want a good read. Something you can really get your teeth into, historical fiction with a modern twist? I’m only too happy to oblige! Get your peepers over to Amazon UK and Amazon US where you can download a copy of my novel, The Cross Of Santiago for only 99p/c until… Continue reading Ye Olde Kindle Countdown Deal
Fancy a good read while you’re stuffing your face with chocolate? You’ve come to the right place! Both of my books are on sale for Easter at the cracking price of €0.99/£0.99/$0.99/. But what are they about? Will I like them? I hear you cry. Hold on to your cream egg – here’s a little preview… Continue reading Happy Easter Book Sale!
Betwixt – chapter 3 Here is another excerpt from my new short story, available to read for free on Wattpad. Enjoy! “Hello? Can you hear me?” Catherine shrieked, as she rushed to her knees and put her arms around the man. He was wearing a very large, thick woollen over coat. No wonder she didn’t… Continue reading Betwixt – Chapter 3
Okay, so I haven’t got frostbite just yet, but one of these days, this could be the headline in a local newspaper: “Irish Writer found with fingers frozen to her keyboard…” Being a writer in Ireland is a bitterly cold job, especially in the west of Ireland, because it’s so bloody damp! I’ve tried to… Continue reading Frostbitten!