This is a post I did that originally appeared on the fantastic Swirl and Thread website as part of Mairead’s wonderful #IrishWritersWed initiative which I was delighted to kick off.
Here is a true confession. I have an Uncle Brendan
This monthly blog post is where I discuss what I’ve been reading and what I’m hoping to read soon. I do this for no other reason than I’m a bit of a book geek and it’s fun to get all … Read More
Here’s a blog I did that originally appeared on the awesome Bloomin Brilliant books website:
It is one of the great truths of life that nobody has ever asked an accountant where they gets their ideas from. People should start … Read More
I’m delighted to say that this little beauty has finally been unleashed onto the world as of today. I know you’re not supposed to have a favourite but I think it is the book I’m most proud of. It’s available … Read More
It’s 1999 and his hard won reputation amongst Dublin’s criminal fraternity, for being a massive pain the backside, is unfortunately shared by his bosses. His … Read More
Here’s a blog I originally did as a guest post for the fabulous BookReviewCafe.com
Research is a bit like driving; when it is done well, you don’t really notice it but done badly, and you have to resist the urge … Read More
Here’s a post I originally did for the splendiferous Bibliophile Book Club about my potty-mouthed ways.
Swearing – or as my mother calls it, often accompanied by a clip around the ear, the effing and jeffing – is something that … Read More
This is a blog I originally did as a guest post on the fantastic Portabello Book Blog.
One of the classic writing maxims you hear bandied about is ‘write what you know’. I’ll be honest, I’ve never understood that. … Read More
Here’s a blog post that I originally did for the wonderful Cleopatra Loves Books website about how reality came to spookily mirror events that happen in The Day That Never Comes.
In the middle of December I went home … Read More