New Release from Pauline Morgan

Retired housewife, Pauline Morgan, relocated to her native Northern Ireland. She has been writing since 2000 and decided to write about her experiences in various houses she lived in and, as a result, self-published the paranormal Special Houses. Pauline previously joined the Romantic Novelist Association and participated in their New Writers Scheme and she is also a member of an online writing group, Writers Ink VIP. Pauline has written four short stories which have been published in Woman’s Way magazine and a further two have been published in the iconic Ireland’s Own Magazine. She enjoys entering Flash Fiction competitions and was long-listed in the Kanturt Flash Fiction. Her first poem, Airborne, was posted on the website, in March 2020.

Pauline’s primary focus is on women’s fiction.

Her debut novel is about escape from mistrust, secrets and choosing between nosy friendships or loneliness, and was published by Spellbound Books on 21st May 2021.

Pauline, please tell us a little about your new release.

My novel is The Ballynoon Friendship Circle, published by @SpellBoundBks. I wrote it about my experience of relocating to a village and joining a friendship group. Thus, the idea of writing about a friendship was born. I made up my mind to have an older protagonist to give her a second chance of finding love. The cosy story is about new beginnings, second chances and learning to lay the ghosts of your past to rest.

The reviews are going well on Amazon and Goodreads. Not forgetting the wonderful blog tour organised by @zooloosBookTours

If you would like to purchase a copy, here are the links:

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