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Read about WALKING ON RIPPLES in The Irish Times here.
That Limerick reading turned out to be another great night. Thirty people showed up – not bad for the second Tuesday in January. They do things well on Shannonside. As ever, thanks to Dominic Taylor and kudos to the legendary Tom Muldowney for chairing the event. Well now 2017 is a brand new calendar, making it 2¼ years since WALKING ON RIPPLES was published by the Liffey Press. It’s been a great couple of years of radio interviews, readings, invitations to the festival circuit and excellent reviews. The reading invitations keep on coming, yet in some ways the time has come to release WALKING ON RIPPLES into the great wild river where all loved books go when the time comes to set them free and move on to the next project. In my local boozer recently I was asked ‘How’s the book going?’ – meaning the next one. After a brief discussion with the barflies it was agreed by all that my writing needs something like a strategic plan. So there you are: I’m off to work on a strategic plan, whatever that is. More publishing news when it happens.
All of last year’s posts are now on the News Archive 2016-2011 page above.