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The Risen People by Fionnbarr O’Luain
Posted by Fionnbarr O'Luain in , .

My book is set in the turbulent years of the early twentieth century. The story is initially set in a small East Coast community – the fictional seaport of Brayspoint....

Good Morning, Mister Sh*ttybottom by John Fuery
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Dashiell Hammett…Joseph Heller…Salman Rushdie…Dorothy L. Sayers…John Fuery… You’ve probably already noticed the glaring error I’ve made in compiling my list of copywriters who escaped the advertising ghetto and established themselves...

The Season: A Novel by Liam Concannon
Posted by Liam Concannon in , .

I sat at my desk, listening to the heavy downpour of rain in the street outside. It had the intensity of a rainstorm in South America rather than Spain. I...

Ezekiel by John Fanning
Posted by John Fanning in , .

The idea for my most recent novel, Ezekiel, was inspired by a very close French friend. We were in a café in Montpellier. In passing, I realized I’d never asked...

James Clyde and the Tomb of Salvation by Colm McElwain
Posted by Colm McElwain in , .

James Clyde and the Tomb of Salvation is the second novel in the James Clyde book series. The first book in the series entitled James Clyde and the Diamonds of...

A Silver Lining for a VIP by Paul Stretton-Stephens
Posted by Paul Stretton-Stephens in , .

I bet you thought that VIP stood for Very Important Person? Well, it usually does, but it also stands for a Visually Impaired Person, and that would currently be me....

Retribution by Samuel Wardwell
Posted by Samuel Wardwell in , .

My fiancée is one of my biggest fans. But sometimes, she worries about how my mind works. From creating a novel to writing an editorial, I tend to follow an...

It’s Who We Are by Christine Webber
Posted by Christine Webber in , .

I’d like to take you back to 10th June 2016, which was one of the happiest days of my life. To be honest, I’d had a pretty charmed existence for...

Myth, Narrative and Social Action through Contemporary Fiction by Lynn Buckle
Posted by Lynn Buckle in , .

When whispers over book club tables warn of very strong themes, will members read this or bury it under shelves, under things to do lists? Like Cassie, one of the...

Living the Dream of Being Published by Mary Crowley
Posted by Mary Crowley in , .

My dream has always been to one day hold my published novel in my hand, so when that day finally came it was every bit as thrilling as I’d expected,...