My Story: A Lifelong Passion For Writing

When I set out to tell my story, I realize that the difficultes I have faced in my life are not unique. Everyone has their 'stuff'. Everyone's childhood was rough to some degree, some admittedly worse than others. I have wanted to share my story for a long time, and I maintain the belief that... Continue Reading →

Feeling Complete In The Pursuit Of Your Goals

The pursuit of goals is a marathon not a sprint. As an author I often find myself feeling discontent with the daily steps I take toward my larger writing aspirations. Many, many hours can be spent in the pursuit of one's goal, yet it still feels as if they have only etched the slightest bit closer to the... Continue Reading →

Daily Writing Inspiration

I've rewatched the marketing videos of the online Amazon publishing course I did a year and a half ago. Refreshed my knowledge, picked up on a few new bits of information, approaching my online book business with a whole new confidence. Being brave and making bold new goals! Happy writing everyone!

Dundrum: My Last Three Days in Ireland

On Sunday morning I woke at my AirBnB accommodation in Dundrum, a suburban area seven kilometers outside of Dublin city. I was relieved when the hot water system worked, and revelled in the cleansing sensation. I didn't have much planned for my three-day stay in Dundrum but to relax prior to the journey home, but... Continue Reading →

Three Days on Inisheer

Day One It was an early start on Wednesday morning to catch the bus back into the Galway. Once in Galway, I caught a coach out to Rossaveal, in the Connemara area of County Galway, and then a ferry across to Inisheer, the smallest of the Aran Islands. I arrived at around 11.30am and began... Continue Reading →

Day Three in Kinvara: Dunguaire Castle

My third day in Kinvara I actually followed the right road out of town. On the way I stopped by the local Garda station, on a quiet street alongside the Merriman Hotel. Continuing on my way, I turned down a narrow laneway beside St Joseph's National School, which led me on a lovely little wander... 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 →

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