Today I bring you Part 2 of my round-up of my #IrishWritersWed feature for 2017. I do hope you enjoyed and I look forward to bringing you more excellent posts next year!!
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 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, 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 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, on #IrishWritersWed I am honoured to bring you this very heartfelt and inspiring post from Irish writer Margaret Scott, author of The Fallout.
Today I am joined on #IrishWritersWed by author Cait O’ Sullivan with a post entitled ‘Stress!’. I think many of us can relate to this!