Irish Books I love 2020

Originally posted on Wordfoolery:
Hello, To celebrate Irish Book Week, I’ve written a bonus post about books by Irish authors. Readers from outside Ireland can be forgiven for gravitating towards the classics like WB Yeats’ poetry or James Joyce, Jonathan Swift, George Bernard Shaw, Edna O’Brien, etc. but Irish writing is so much broader than…

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Publication Day – A Feigned Madness by Tonya Mitchell

I was lucky enough to be an ARC reader for Tonya Mitchell’s debut, A Feigned Madness. It’s a wonderful and fascinating read which I highly recommend. A Feigned Madness Elizabeth Cochrane has a secret. She isn’t the madwoman with amnesia the doctors and inmates at Blackwell’s Asylum think she is. In truth, she’s working undercover for […]

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New Release from Tony Riches – Drake – Tudor Corsair

Today, I am delighted to bring you the news of a new release from Tony Riches.  Drake – Tudor Corsair Book One of the Elizabethan Series From Tony Riches, Author of the best-selling Tudor Trilogy  New on Amazon UK, Amazon US Amazon CA and Amazon AU   1564: Devon sailor Francis Drake sets out on a journey of adventure. […]

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New Release from Mary Grand – The House Party

It is my great pleasure to bring you news of Mary Grand’s new release, The House Party. I have followed Mary’s writing journey with great interest and was delighted to learn recently that she had signed with Boldwood Books. Thank you so much Pam for inviting me onto your wonderful blog. I love and admire […]

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Woman on Ward 13 – New Release from Delphine Woods

Delphine Woods writes dark historical fiction, where people are rarely who they seem. She has a deep love for the Victorian period, and for women who are prepared to fight back in any way they can. She lives amidst the rolling hills of Shropshire and dreams of a life filled with far-stretching views and open […]

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A Conversation with Author Carolyn Hughes

Today, I am delighted to welcome into the Library fellow historical fiction author ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Carolyn Hughes.  She has dropped in to say hello and to share some insights into her life as an author.  You are very welcome, Carolyn, please introduce yourself:  Hello, I’m Carolyn and I write historical fiction. (Sounds like we’re in a meeting […]

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Luminous: Blog Tour with Samantha Wilcoxson

Today I’m delighted to host Samantha Wilcoxson on her blog tour for her fabulous new release, Luminous: The Story of a Radium Girl. I recall many years ago seeing a documentary about the girls who worked with radium. It was rather shocking, so I am delighted to see Samantha pick up the mantle to tell […]

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