Day Five In Galway: Magdalene Laundry, City and County Council, and Mill Street Garda

It's now Monday, and I had originally planned to travel to the township of Letterfrack  to visit the site of the former reformatory school, St Joseph's. The night before I stayed out later than anticipated, so decided to put the day trip off until Tuesday. Instead I decided to get a few things ticked off... Continue Reading →

Day Three In Galway: Ballinasloe

It was now Friday, and I planned to take a day trip out to Ballinasloe, a township in the easternmost part of County Galway, to visit the site of St Brigid's Hospital, opened in 1833 as the Connacht Lunatic Asylum. St Brigid's is still a functioning psychiatric hospital.   Main Street, Ballinasloe The walk from Ballinasloe... Continue Reading →

Daily Writing Inspiration

Dialogue shows the reader so much about a character's personality. It helps to make them three-dimensional. Reading a character's dialogue can help you to decipher whether it sounds like a real person talking.

The Driver FREE on Kindle this Friday

In all of the hustle and bustle leading up to Christmas, I have completely forgotten to announce that my short story The Drive, recently published as an individual ebook on Kindle, will be FREE this Friday just in time for Christmas! 🎄 Intent on leaving her troubles behind, Tamara sets out on a journey to... Continue Reading →

Give the gift of reading this Christmas!

Look no further than books for Christmas! From suspenseful fiction to intriguing nonfiction and historical family sagas, my titles are available worldwide in print and Kindle ebook! Visit the Buy Books page to view and purchase my books in time for Christmas! Merry Christmas!

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