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Book Review: Last Chance Saloon (Marian Keyes)


Ever since legwarmers were cool, best friends Tara, Katherine, and Fintan have survived small-town ennui, big-city heartbreak, and endless giddy nights out on the town. 556 more words


5 picks for Mental Health Awareness Week 2016

  1. Shoot the Damn Dog by Sally Brampton. An amazing memoir from a fabulous writer who knew how to say what many struggle to find the words for.
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The Woman Who Stole My Life - Marian Keyes

I had to hang around in a waiting room much of today, so I had plenty of time to get stuck into my latest buy, this Marian Keyes number. 331 more words

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Making It Up As I Go Along- Marian Keyes

Marian Keyes’ work has always been a bit of a safety blanket for me- I remember reading Sushi for Beginners (my first of her books) units entirety at Leeds Festival. 365 more words


Review: The Woman Who Stole My Life by Marian Keyes

Stella Sweeney is back in Dublin. After living the dream in New York for a year – touring her self-help book, appearing on talk shows all over the USA and living it up in her 10-room duplex on the Upper West Side – she’s back to normality with a bang.

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Review: Anybody Out There? by Marian Keyes

Anna Walsh is the youngest of four sisters in the Walsh Irish family. The book starts with Anna having survived a freakish car accident and recovering back home in Ireland in her parents’ house. 173 more words

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How to Become a Writer, in 8 Simple Steps

You Will Need:
An idea for a novel that has been swimming around your head for some time. (Months or years optional)
1 cup of back-up novel ideas. 1.994 more words