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Isn’t it well for ye? The Book of Irish Mammies
Posted by Colm O'Regan in > General Interest > Interviews

It may seem like a strange idea, that a Twitter account, of all things should make an Irish Mammy the focus of attention.  And yet it has. Ten months after...

The Fertility Code; Barbara Scully talks to Dermot O’Connor
Posted by Barbara Scully in > General Interest > Non-Fiction

A quick Google search on Dermot O Connor and his Healing Code reveals more than a few headlines which proclaim that he cured himself of MS.  This is one of...

A Neutron Walks into a Bar

Social Media has become part and parcel of everyday life – and in a very short space of time. Twitter seems ever present and we are all familiar with celebrities...

The Thriving Family by David Coleman

“For a clear, concise and coherent take on the world of family life, David Coleman is the first man we go to” says Ryan Tubridy on the cover of Coleman’s new...

Ann Matthews on Dissidents – Irish Republican Women 1923-1941

Assignments for writing.ie have allowed me to meet some wonderful and fascinating writers, none more so than Ann Matthews whom I had the pleasure of meeting recently. Ann is the...

Write for the Fight

A few months back, I was asked to take part in a very interesting and worthwhile project. Two published authors – Tess Hardwick and Tracey Hansen – had the idea...

Harry’s Magic Tables
Posted by Stephanie Moraghan in > General Interest > Interviews > Non-Fiction

If I said: one published author; Harry age 10; and Magic…what would you think? JK Rowling!?? Well NO, not quite! I am Stephanie Moraghan, author of Harry’s Magic Tables. It is a...

The Irish Aboard The Titanic, Senan Moloney

100 year ago the western world was reeling from the news that the world’s largest and most luxurious liner, Titanic, had sunk in the North Atlantic on her maiden voyage...

Just Follow the Floodlights, Brian Kennedy

A writers life can be a lonely one, but worst still – frustrating. Trying to keep sane when the words won’t come, taking a break with your cousins Jim Beam...

Dead Interesting: Stories from the Graveyards of Dublin

Death is one of the things we in Ireland do very well. We also sit very comfortably with our dead especially in Dublin where we have the largest graveyards in...