“This is a wonderful and delightful book. It contains 30 varied stories told with romance, passion and surprising eroticism. The love explored is largely romantic, but the romance is revealed in many different forms – beautiful, passionate, powerful and fearful.”
Read it for yourself, we say, while doffing our caps to the wonderful Facts & Fiction magazine.
We’re delighted to renew our relationship with Carey’s Newsagent on Main Street Lucan who are now stockists of Irish Love Stories.
All copies are signed first editions and make beautiful presents.
Please support this fascinating shop.
And Glencree Reconciliation Centre stock copies for when you are on a drive across the Dublin and Wicklow mountains and stop to visit the café there.
Thanks to all.
It’s always strange when a book begins to attract attention of its own.
Almost like a child that has grown up and returns one day with stirring stories of adventures had and new friends made.
Irish Love Stories has attracted a full-page spread in the Liffey Champion newspaper focussing on the launch and an interview with author Brendan Nolan.
And the journey continues.
The manuscript of Irish Love Stories the book has gone to print.
We will launch the book on Monday June 21, the Summer Solstice.
This week brought renewed requests from all over the world for our CD Irish Love Stories on the heels of a warm review in Facts&Fiction magazine.