Some Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Mr. John Toland by Pierre des Maizeaux is a literary biography of the philosopher, written by a contemporary.
Funny Incidents by Kay Morrison is a compendium of stories that vary between the fun, the frivolous, the occasionally cringe inducing.
Peripheral by Faye Boland, the author’s debut collection, will be launched at Tralee Library in Co. Kerry on Saturday, 22 September, starting 2.30pm and subsequently at other venues.
It’s Written in Concrete by veteran journalist, Seamus Kelly charts the author’s experiences operating in Ireland’s regional and national press.
John Toland Centenaries web project has been started with a view to celebrating the upcoming anniversaries of the birth and death of the Irish philosopher.
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.
The Reflections series, two books of poetry from Verona Pentony are now available in e-book (Kindle) editions and free to download for a limited period.
The launch of the book, Melodies at Eventide by Rex Lee will be held at Kells Library, Co. Meath on Tuesday, 9 February commencing 7pm
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.