Posts Tagged: irish writer

Amazon offers my novel free to all Easter bunnies trapped indoors

Who needs to hunt for colorful eggs this weekend..? Like HBO and Apple currently providing free content, Amazon is offering my novel, Silk for the Feed Dogs, on kindle for free, so have at it! Apparently it’s flying out. So

Amazon offers my novel free to all Easter bunnies trapped indoors

Who needs to hunt for colorful eggs this weekend..? Like HBO and Apple currently providing free content, Amazon is offering my novel, Silk for the Feed Dogs, on kindle for free, so have at it! Apparently it’s flying out. So

Better Than The Devil Wears Prada

  As I was writing ‘Silk for the Feed Dogs’ my driving impulse was to write a novel set in the fashion industry that didn’t fall prey to the tired metaphors and lazy clichés typical of novels such as ‘The

Better Than The Devil Wears Prada

  As I was writing ‘Silk for the Feed Dogs’ my driving impulse was to write a novel set in the fashion industry that didn’t fall prey to the tired metaphors and lazy clichés typical of novels such as ‘The

NaNoWriMo

So I decided to do it––participate in National Novel Writing Month. Also known as November to sane people. To clarify, I intend to ride on the coattails of those who have seriously committed to write a 50,000 word novel in

NaNoWriMo

So I decided to do it––participate in National Novel Writing Month. Also known as November to sane people. To clarify, I intend to ride on the coattails of those who have seriously committed to write a 50,000 word novel in

Selfishly, yours.

You may have noticed my absence this week. I trust I am not being presumptuous by hoping so. I got tangled up in a professional opportunity that involved me going back into my portfolio, digitizing and bringing 10 years of

Selfishly, yours.

You may have noticed my absence this week. I trust I am not being presumptuous by hoping so. I got tangled up in a professional opportunity that involved me going back into my portfolio, digitizing and bringing 10 years of

Why Do You Write?

This is the question posed by my blogmate, Kate at Maison Bentley Style. It’s part of a blog hop. I could never say no to Kate. She is the big hearted, ever-so-stylish epicenter of my blogging society; our intrepid heroine and

Why Do You Write?

This is the question posed by my blogmate, Kate at Maison Bentley Style. It’s part of a blog hop. I could never say no to Kate. She is the big hearted, ever-so-stylish epicenter of my blogging society; our intrepid heroine and

Writer’s Corner

I woke up in a funk. Not the seventies soulful, paisley-patterned, psychedelic kind but a restless, mean spirited, pouty kind. There was a mist hanging over the city and I thought disappearing into it might help dispel the one over

Writer’s Corner

I woke up in a funk. Not the seventies soulful, paisley-patterned, psychedelic kind but a restless, mean spirited, pouty kind. There was a mist hanging over the city and I thought disappearing into it might help dispel the one over

Writing.ie Article on finding an agent for my book

Looking for an agent is only for the warrior hearted. A pencil nib cracks and splinters across a page, someone overturns coffee onto the keys of a laptop, there issues forth a stream of profanity (you are a creative bunch!),

Writing.ie Article on finding an agent for my book

Looking for an agent is only for the warrior hearted. A pencil nib cracks and splinters across a page, someone overturns coffee onto the keys of a laptop, there issues forth a stream of profanity (you are a creative bunch!),