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Going Indie! And Why Not?
Posted by Caroline Farrell in The Members' Blog.

I like the term Indie Publishing. I’m an Indie Filmmaker – putting skin in the game to get my films made. I am a storyteller. I write screenplays. I write ...continue reading

Belfast by Liam Mullen
Posted by Liam Mullen in The Members' Blog.

From the author of The Nationalists, a new and explosive Irish and British political thriller is in the pipeline and is currently being written. In the wake of the Stalker ...continue reading

Baby Steps by Donal O Travers
Posted by Donal Travers in The Members' Blog.

Baby steps. No need to rush things. That’s what I told myself when I decided to put pen to paper. For a number of years I had been tinkering of ...continue reading

Just Write by Caron Moran
Posted by Caron Moran in The Members' Blog.

Yesterday I set up a Facebook link, to my profile here on writing.ie. Today is the day I push through the fear of “blogging” and this new year, 2017, my ...continue reading

Ireland Writing Retreat Helps Launch Exciting New Novel in Dublin
Posted by irelandwritingretreat in The Members' Blog.

Ireland Writing Retreat is proud to be involved in the official launch next month in central Dublin of recently-released high-concept novel PRETTY UGLY (http://www.seanhillenauthor.com/) focusing on the dangers from toxic ...continue reading

Exile by Liam Robert Mullen
Posted by Liam Mullen in The Members' Blog.

Exile, book two of my planned Irish trilogy or series will continue the story of Irish journalist Tony McAnthony from The Nationalists as he attempts to settle in America and ...continue reading

The New Year of Anna Zweig by James Lawless
Posted by James Lawless in The Members' Blog.

When prerecorded bells ring in the New Year Anna and Guido find themselves forced into a human chain to sing Auld Lang Syne. Balloons and coloured streamers descend from the ...continue reading

The Irish Reindeer – Christmas flash fiction by Liam Robert Mullen
Posted by Liam Mullen in The Members' Blog.

Some roamed and foraged the high ground. Their antlers matched their wild nature. In remote places like the Military Road in the Dublin mountains and stretching all the way down ...continue reading

A Christmas Story by James Lawless
Posted by James Lawless in The Members' Blog.

As a kid I kept thinking the insurance man was my father. Not that I knew him mind (I only met him the once), but I heard him often enough. ...continue reading

Christmas Eve by James Lawless
Posted by James Lawless in The Members' Blog.

The birds make fake bird songs that I heard in the Christmas shops, the fake moon is spotted before dark, the navyblue sky is waiting for its absence to be ...continue reading