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Daring to Call Myself a Writer: Bully-Proof Kids by Stella O’Malley

The most disconcerting aspect about writing books for me is feeling so exposed to other people’s opinions.  I find writing a joy and I’d happily read and write all day...

Commit – To A New You! Enda McNulty

Enda McNulty is Ireland’s leading performance coach. He has worked with some of the biggest names in Irish sport – including Brian O’Driscoll, Leinster Rugby, the Irish Rugby team, golfer...

Finding The Happy Medium by Annemarie O’Connor

The middle ground. It doesn’t get much press, does it? There’s no click-bait in stability, no hedonic headline in balance, no cliff-hanger in even keel. Hearts don’t beat faster, palms don’t...

Andrea Hayes: Finding Your Flow

I have lost my flow and I don’t know where to go . . . Easing back after Christmas into my sacred space of creative bliss, or, for want of...

A Graphic Life: Daniel O’Connell in Pictures by Jody Moylan

While this, my first book, has not been my life’s work so to speak, the whole project has spanned about four years from the germ of an idea, to publication....

A Landmark Book: Ireland’s Aviator Heroes of World War II by John Hewitt
Posted by John Hewitt in > General Interest > Non-Fiction

I was born in Portadown in the County of Armagh in August 1945 not long after the war had ended both in Europe and Japan. From the age of five...

New Voices to Watch in 2016
Posted by in > General Interest

2016 opens with some exciting debut novels getting set for launch – we’ll be keeping up with these guys and many more as the year progresses, but we thought we’d...

Hidden City: The Creative Possibilities of Writing Stuff Down

If you were to ask me what the inspiration behind my book, Hidden City, was – it’s obvious: Dublin. It was the city where I grew up and where I...

Silicon Docks: The Rise of Dublin as a Global Tech Hub
Posted by Pamela Newenham in > General Interest

The idea of being a published author has always appealed to me. It also adds a feather to your cap as a journalist. There was just one problem – time....

Getting it Write: Cotton Wool Kids & Molly Bloom by Stella O’Malley
Posted by Stella O'Malley in > General Interest

It has been like a three act play; act one was writing the book, act two was getting it published and act three is publicising the book now it is...