How many of us would love to live in a book? Well today I have Patricia Furstenberg, children’s author of Joyful Trouble, join me with a wonderful post entitled ‘Change of Address ~ I now Live in a Book’ where she does just that!! I do hope you enjoy this very imaginative piece of writing
Today on #IrishWritersWed I have something a little different. Sheena Wilkinson, writer of YA contemporary fiction, has written a post entitled ‘The Street Song Challenge’, an inspiring post encouraging us all to step outside the comfort zone and see how something wonderful can happen.
On #IrishWritersWed I am thrilled to be joined by Ann O’ Loughlin with a very interesting post entitled ‘What is in a Name?’ Ann is the author of The Judges Wife, The Ballroom Cafe and the soon to be released The Ludlow Ladies Society
Today I’m thrilled to kick-start the blog-tour with JD Fennell and his debut YA crossover thriller Sleeper. With accolades from James Patterson, this is a one-to-watch folks….
Join me today on tour with J.A. Schneider and her new police procedural ‘Watching You’ Joyce has written a post entitled ‘Is writing fiction the best self-analysis?’
Today on #IrishWritersWed I am delighted to be joined by writer of debut novel After The Affair Jonathan Kaye. Jonathan wrote a great post entitled ‘Plot-Walking’, including a selection of stunning images as taken by Jonathan of the South East Coast of Ireland
Today on #IrishWritersWed I am delighted to be joined by author Denise Deegan. Denise has written a very interesting post entitled ‘The Story of a Story’ about the many incarnations of one book in the publishing world.
Today I am joined by Harriet Cummings, author of We All Begin As Strangers, who explores the theme of loneliness and shares with us a little about her inspiration for the book.
Wow!!! I have such a fascinating post for you all today from author of The Freedom Broker, KJ Howe.
How many of you know anything about a Response Consultant? Read on…
Today I am joined by author of ‘Remember Me’, Lynda Renham, who has written a post about why she decided to change genre from ‘chicklit’ to a psychological thriller