Wayne Byrne, author of the very comprehensive novel The Cinema of Tom DiCillo, joins me with quite an honest guest post. The novel is a study that documents the writing, production, and release of every DiCillo picture, each followed by an extensive Q&A with the director & lots lots more.
Today I am joined by Gordon Brown, one of the many contributors to this years CWA Anthology of Short Stories. Gordon has written a post entitled ‘The Inspiration of Sunburn’ so I do hope you all enjoy!!
Today I am joined by Caroline Farrell, whose novel, Lady Beth, has just won The CAP Award Novel of the Year. Caroline has written a wonderful post entitled ‘Moonstruck in make-believe, and carrying on regardless…’
On #IrishWritersWed today I am delighted to bring you all a wonderful post from author Caroline Busher entitled ‘A Gothic Tale to Rattle the Bones’
Today I am delighted to introduce you all to Adrian White on #IrishWritersWed with a post entitled ‘So, Your Book Didn’t Sell? Get Over It!’
Today I have the pleasure of the company of Irish writer Maria Hoey. Maria is the author of debut novel, The Last Lost Girl, just released this past Summer by Poolbeg. Maria has written a post entitled ‘Me and William Shakespeare’.
Today I have a publication day guestpost and extract from author S.D. Mayes and her novel ‘Letters To The Pianist’. I do hope you enjoy!!
Today I am delighted to be joined by author Cat Hogan on another #IrishWritersWed. Cat has just recently published her second novel, There Was A Crooked Man.
Today I am joined by John Mayer, author of the Parliament House Books series, with a guest post entitled ‘Crime and Justice’
Today, on #IrishWritersWed I am honoured to bring you this very heartfelt and inspiring post from Irish writer Margaret Scott, author of The Fallout.