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Linda & Ruth on Radio

We are delighted that both our authors Linda McShane (Bare Bones) and Ruth McKeever Scott (Learning to Love) have been hosted recently by Gerry Kelly, presenter of Late Lunch on LM/FM Radio in Drogheda. Full link to the radio podcast here-under. Enjoy! Both books where published by PubliBook Ireland respectively …

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Learning to Love!

My love was like the breath-taking beauty of the glittering rays of sunshine on the flowing waters of an amazing stream, a stream that never travels the same path twice, that has many ripples, many twists and turns, a beauty no words can describe. As the steam ripples by, I …

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Bare Bones Unpacked!

The fireworks are ready for the launch of our latest book – Bare Bones a racy debut novel from Irish author, Linda M. This sizzling new crime novel, packed with dark deeds, passion and non-stop drama is to be unveiled at a: Champagne Reception On Saturday, 22 October 2016 at …

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Tick Tock Time by The Clock

Chrisdina Nixon from Carrigallen, County Leitrim, is finding popular acclaim with her debut novel, Time by The Clock, she has already been praised as an unexpected talent with a confident writing style laced with snippets of another time which draws on the writer’s own memory. The sudden impulse to write …

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Best Wishes…

Before we take our break we would like to once again thank all our authors, clients and visitors for the their continued trust and support during the year that is coming at an end. Our Best Wishes for a Merry Christmas… and a Happy, Peaceful and Prosperous New Year We …

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Pat Murphy ‘s Book Signing a Success

The Boy Who played In The band – Banner

Author Pat Murphy has signed copies of his book  “The Boy who played in the Band” at the “Welcome Inn – Forkhill” on Wednesday 16th December, 2015 and on Louth County Library, Dundalk on Thursday This is the fictional story of one young man’s journey, growing up through The Troubles in the Six Counties. It tells …

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