Back in March this year, I entered a competition for a 100 word story. The words, since sliced bread had to be a part of it. I’m happy to say … Continue reading Short Read 100 words
Mary T Bradford has been writing mainly short stories for a number of years now and has enjoyed success with her fiction in many magazines, newspapers and anthologies both in Ireland and abroad. It was because of this success, Mary took the plunge and self published her first collection titled, A Baker’s Dozen (2012) and is available in both print and e-book format from Amazon and other sites. She decided to tackle a novel when one of her stories kept getting longer and the word count continued to climb and so ended up with My Husbands Sin. She has also branched out into writing plays and has seen her work shortlisted and performed. When taking a break from writing and reading Mary loves to crochet or cross-stitch, crafts in general interest her. Living in County Cork, Ireland, she is married and is a mother of four children. Having overcome open heart surgery in 2008, Mary made the decision to dedicate more time to her writing as her children were almost raised and were starting to spread their wings. Family is important to her and her writing often reflects the ups and downs of life that all families go through daily.
We are all on lockdown at present except of course for the many key-workers who are holding our nation together. Now is a tough time for many, I have had … Continue reading Free for my Birthday Week
Top wedding dress and fashion designer, Cora Maguire grants a rare interview from Chester, UK where she resides. Read on to find out what Ms. Maguire has to share on … Continue reading * Exclusive Interview with Cora Maguire *
It’s 2020, a new year, another chance to rally our thoughts and achieve clarity for the coming months. I am lucky to belong to a writers group, who meet monthly … Continue reading Epiphany
As the sun sets on another year, we all start to think where we are in our lives, work, relationships, health, and even financial. In some ways the year, 2019 … Continue reading When looking back, reflect with a friend
Welcome to my blog, Jo and before I ask you a few questions, can you tell me a small bit about yourself please? I was born in Wolverhampton and am … Continue reading Author, Jo Allen joins us today.
I am thrilled to welcome Domhnall O’Donoghue to my blog. If you feel you recognise him, well that’s because he’s on our telly in the wonderful series called, Ros na … Continue reading Actor and Author, Domhnall pays a visit
Read all about Penny’s new series and she promises us it is Hot, Hot, Hot!!! Penny Best is the pen-name and persona for an explicit romance writer who has thrown … Continue reading Welcome Author, Penny Best.
Howdy, folks, well I’ve finished week three of a very exciting chapter in my life. I applied earlier this year and have been accepted for a MA (Master in Arts) … Continue reading A New Chapter in Life
Did you recently have a book published that we can congratulate you on? I write under the name C.V. Leigh as well as Charlotte Howard, and had my debut urban … Continue reading Meet Charlotte, Award winning Author
While thinking about this post and going over again all the wonderful events, it really brought home, how important receiving the full bursary was for me. Armagh is up north … Continue reading John Hewitt Society, part 2
When I applied for a bursary in April of this year, I did so filled with doubt that I would receive it. I knew of the John Hewitt Society (JHS) … Continue reading John Hewitt Society in Armagh, part 1.