Did you know I’m Irish? And I write books? Three to be precise, and I’m working on the fourth. This week is Irish Book Week so I’m asking a big favour. Many of you already do/have but if you’re a reader and looking up try out a new author, then please have a look at my supernatural fantasy series, ‘The Kirkwood Scott Chronicles,’ set primarily in modern day Belfast. As I said there are three to choose from – ‘Skelly’s Square’, it’s sequel ‘A New Jerusalem’, and the novella that links the two, ‘Bomb Girl.’
All three are currently available on your local Amazon site. Enter the world of perpetual loser, Kirkwood Scott, as he battles crippling OCD while simultaneously trying to save the world from an ancient evil lurking on the back streets of Belfast. Aided by his misfit friends, Meredith Starc and Harley Davidson, they are called upon to battle Colonel Augustus Skelly and his army of Napoleonic ghost soldiers, while battling the inner demons of mental illness, addiction and physical disability.
Have a look. Let me know what you think. Thank you. And happy Irish Book Week!
6 thoughts on “It’s Irish Book Week”
Have I ever told you that I have an Irish ancestor? 😉
Once or twice, yes 😉
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I love the colors of the letters for the heading for your blog post. Have a great weekend.
Thank you very much. You too
I absolutely adore your blog-and words of wisdom. I love the name fractured faith by the way-it resonates with me. I also love that you are from Ireland. I hope to visit one day. Most of my favorite authors are from Ireland, so it’s no surprise I’d love your blog!
Thank you very much. That’s great to hear. I hope you visit our wonderful island one day. Feel free to check out my books. They are primarily set in Belfast 🙂