Today on #IrishWritersWed I bring you all Part 1 in my round-up of all the fantastic posts written, since the launch of this feature, by such a wonderfully talented bunch of Irish Writers. I do hope you enjoy!!
Today I am joined by author Christine Webber with a guest post entitled ‘The Stress That Stops Us Writing’. Christine shares with us all some useful advice on how, as a author, to combat some of the daily stresses in life.
Today author Claire Allan, former journalist and now bestselling author of eight novels, joins me for #IrishWritersWed with a post entitled ‘Changing lanes – with a little help from my Friends’
Today I am joined by writer of the debut Gothic novel, Our Destiny is Blood, Clare Daly. Clare has written a guest post entitled ‘Inviting the Monsters In’, which recounts where her fascination with the darkness began!
Today I am joined by Daniel Ross, a music journalist and writer who is currently crowd-funding his debut novel, ‘Bobby Denise is Reigning Rampant’ with Unbound
Today, on #IrishWritersWed, I am joined by Adele O’ Neill, author of Brother & Sisters recently published with Aria Fiction. Adele is sharing some handy tips today for writers, especially for debut authors.
Today on #IrishWritersWed I am thrilled to be joined by author Colleen Coleman. Colleen has written a very inspirational post entitled ‘Nurturing a Growth Mindset’
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…’