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  • Extract from Grandpa the Sniper Appears in Sunday Business Post

    Chapter 7 from Frank Shouldice's new book, Grandpa the Sniper, was featured in the Sunday Business Post Magazine on November 22. Magazine editor Fiona Ness said: "Shouldice's memoir resonates ... It is a vital opportunity to connect ours and future generations with the people who forged the nation."

  • Laura and Lynn's Story Already in Second Printing

    Thanks to very brisk sales, Jane McKenna's book about the loss of her two daughters and founding the LauraLynn Hospice, Laura and Lynn's Story, is already being reprinted only a few weeks after being launched.

  • Huge Turnout for Launch of Grandpa the Sniper

    Frank Shouldice's book about his 1916 Volunteer grandfather, Grandpa the Sniper, was launched last night by writer/director Gerry Stembridge. Generously sponsored by Jameson's Distillery, the launch attracted a crowd of nearly 200 people who enjoyed complimentary drinks and canapes. Grandpa the Sniper will be featured in the Sunday Business Post Magazine on November 22 and is now available in all good bookshops.

  • Greece through Irish Eyes Now Available as E-book

    Richard Pine's new book, Greece through Irish Eyes, which Roy Foster says was written "with a unique and painful empathy", is now available in all e-book formats via Faber Factory.

  • Huge Turnout at Launch of Book by Jane McKenna, Founder of LauraLynn Hospice

    A few hundred people packed into the Freemasons' Hall on October 22 to celebrate the publication of Laura and Lynn's Story: Living in the Shadow of Their Smiles by Jane McKenna. The book was launched by Senator David Norris and other speakers included RTE's Ray D'Arcy and Miriam O'Callaghan, who said, 'Out of your sadness, you are making all of us feel hopeful'.

  • New Book on Eurovision Launched by Linda Martin

    Inside the Eurovision Song Contest by Julian Vignoles was launched on April 14 by Linda Martin in Panti Bar in Dublin. Among the guests were Joe Duffy, Shay Healy, Niamh Kavanagh, Marty Whelan, Paddy Cole, Larry Gogan and Alan Hughes. The speakers were introduced by Derek Moony, and Molly Sterling, Ireland’s hope in Eurovision 2015, performed several numbers for the 100+ guests.

  • For God's Sake: The Hidden Life of Irish Nuns called 'an utterly compelling read' by Irish Independent

    In a major review in the Irish Independent (November 22) Camillus Metcalfe's new book receives high praise from reviewer Anne Cunningham. For God's Sake: The Hidden Lives of Irish Nuns consists of ten interviews with nuns who are highly critical of their treatment. Anne Cunningham says that 'what emerges ... are lives lived by nuns in convents and institutions that were miserable, brutal and tyrannical'. Speaking of how the nuns treated orphans and unwed mothers, she says that 'this book is not an apologia or defence ... but it may increase our understanding of how such coldness an cruelty could happen'. She concludes by saying that 'Camillus Metcalfe has written an immensely compassionate book'.

  • Minister Alan Kelly Praises New Books on Killaloe by Henry Murdoch

    The new Minister for the Environment and Local Government, Alan Kelly TD, offered effusive praise to Henry Murdoch's two new books, Remembering Killaloe and My Killaloe: “I could only describe these books as local treasures. Henry has perfectly encapsulated Killaloe and the surrounding areas and chartered how this beautiful location evolved over time in a unique and capturing writing style. I know that it took years and months of painstaking work to put it all together, but as someone from the area I can safely say it was very worthwhile and I congratulate Henry and all of the others involved."

  • Ryan Tubridy Hails New Book on Wild Atlantic Way

    RTE's Ryan Tubridy interviewed Eugene O'Loughlin, author of Exploring Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way, on July 11, saying that he "really enjoyed it" and called the book the "quintessential guide to this extraordinary odyssey".

  • Compelling Memoir by Raymond Deane launched by Robert Ballagh

    Composer Raymond Deane’s fascinating memoir, In My Own Light, was launched by Robert Ballagh to a packed room in the Irish Writers Centre on May 22. Advance copies of Raymond Deane’s new CD, “Noctuary”, featuring pianist Hugh Tinney, were also available.

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