The Woman in the Zoom by Derville Murphy

‘You say she was behaving strangely over the last few months.’ ‘Yeah, she seemed edgier.’ ‘Edgier?’ ‘Anxious. I suppose. Couldn’t relax....

The Midnight Library By Matt Haig

Clever, warm and uplifting and a delightful read. Genre/description: Fantasy, up-lit. The idea that you could choose the best version of...

Mr Wilder & Me

A delightful read. On one level this is the tender and nuanced coming-of-age story of Calista, a shy and innocent Greek teenager, who...

Lives without end by Anne M. McLoughlin

Part two of a three-part family drama (although reads as a standalone novel) Lives Without End is set between Ireland and America...

White City by Kevin Power.

Ballsy, gritty, in places laugh-out-loud funny, this is a social satire with memorable characters and a gripping plot. Set in Dublin and...

Hamnet by Maggie O’Farrell

Hamnet by Maggie O’Farrell is one of the best books I have read in the past year. To me the story spoke, not of grief, but of loss – and...

Acts of Desperation by Megan Nolan

This debut novel by an Irish author is a rare and raw insight into the mind of a young woman who sees love as her salvation. She longs to...

Blog launch- "Just to let you know...!"

Today, I am launching my blog post 'just to let you know' my latest news, and to share reviews and articles. I hope you enjoy reading my...