Funny Incidents by Kay Morrison is a compendium of stories that vary between the fun, the frivolous, the occasionally cringe inducing.
Recently published, Drowned-Out Voices is the second in the GhostÉire Investigates series, continuing from The Rising of Haunted Ireland (2016).
Introducing Wayne Power, Waterford-based author, poet, spoken-word artist. His second collection of his poetry will be published soon.
Gaysa, the Spoiled Priest by Dennis McIntyre is a treatise concerning the Irish family and its historical relationship with the Catholic Church.
Through the Pages of History: an art, music and medical miscellany is a collection of essays by retired medical doctor, Michael Whelton.
Would You Believe? by Dezi Jay M, a collection of morality tales told mainly in verse, is the author’s fourth publishing outing to date.
Halloween literary offerings include tales of ghosts, ghouls, haunted houses
with some action, adventure, folklore and mythology thrown in.
The Rising of Haunted Ireland by GhostÉire takes us into the heart of haunted Ireland in search of spiritual and scientific explanations for the paranormal.
Donegal Gymnasts by Seamus McCrudden is a heart-warming, coming of age tale with a storyline that will keep you guessing.
Donegal Gymnasts by Seamus McCrudden is the author’s recently published, debut novel. A heart-warming tale. Entertaining on many levels.