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A. Rose

First time at ever writing my stories properly. I like stories with an unexpected twist. Deep and dark. Probably a little like life in that respect. Living in the West of Ireland. I work full time in totally unrelated activities to writing. This is my first attempt at writing my stories which are quite varied. My stories have just been put into print for the first time on my website...

A.P. O’Malley

A.P. O'Malley [Antoin O'Maille] is a Dubliner. For twenty years he lived in the United States, mostly Manhattan in New York City. O’Malley worked in a myriad of jobs throughout the last two decades: including waiting tables where he served Muhammad Ali, Francis Ford Coppola and Steven Spielberg and numerous other famous and not so famous people. As a doorman, on Fifth Avenue, he observed the many Manhattan characters and...

Adrian Chapman

I’m a Dundalk native, now living in New Zealand. I’ve spent the last 12 years abroad and began blogging as a means of recording my travels and making everyone back home jealous. My blogs developed into short stories and reawakened in me a joy I had from childhood in story-telling. It took me six months to find a job in New Zealand, so I spent this time writing the story...

Alex Koster

My name is Alex Koster, I am a teacher, mum, author and mindfulness practitioner and I live in County Tipperary with my husband and two young daughters. I am originally from Germany where I trained as a primary school teacher. I have always had a great interest in education, and specifically in “wholesome” education that does not purely focus on academia, but supports children in their emotional well-being, their creativity,...

Ali Isaac

I grew up on a Greek island with only my sister, a donkey, a dog, and my books for company. I was always reading, often with three or four books on the go at once. I began writing my first novel when I was fourteen. I never finished it, but it lurks hopefully in the bottom of my desk, patiently awaiting the day I bring it back to life. Now,...

Alva Holland

I was persuaded by friends to join a local Writing Group in early 2013. Since then I have very much enjoyed writing a variety of true short stories based on my life and family experiences. As I built up some confidence, I experimented with fiction. I love entering competitions and submitting stories to magazines. My first published story appeared in 'Ireland's Own' magazine in May 2015. I was thrilled. The...

Amanda J Evans

Amanda J Evans is an award-winning Irish author. She writes paranormal and fantasy romance novels as well as children’s stories. Growing up with heroes like Luke Skywalker and Indiana Jones, her stories centre on good versus evil with a splice of magic and love thrown into the mix. An early tragedy in her life has also made its way onto the page and Amanda brings the emotions of grief to...

Amy Gaffney

Encouraged and encouraging writer, I sometimes get caught up in the philosopical side too much. I like to lose myself in stories, and have done ever since I could read. The more I lose myself the happier I become. Although lack of homemade dinners and fresh knickers are a hell of a way to get found again. I am currently studying English in UCD and nominated for the Dr HH...

Amy Lynch

Amy is an author of women’s commercial fiction and writing is her passion. She loves to write humorous romantic fiction, but not always with fairy tale endings! Amy has published fiction in magazines, and is represented by literary agent, Frank Fahy. Amy has been working in the charity sector for twelve years. She is married to Eoin and is the mother of two young children. When Amy is not writing,...

Ann Dalton

Ann Dalton lives in Cork with her husband and 2 young children. The first thing she’ll admit to is, that most of her ideas for children’s radio drama come from her kids. (But don’t tell them!!) The Lonely Flower, Ann’s first children’s radio drama was broadcast on RTE Jnr and Ann has plans to adapt it into a book. She has written and produced a number of radio dramas and...

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