Liveline Monday 21 December 2015
Liveline with Joe Duffy
Joe's Self Published Books Special
Des Nix, The Master’s Choice (fiction) - available from Amazon and Kindle
Mark Lean, Viva Lost Wages (non fiction) - available from Eason bookstores
Roland Evans, The Marshlander Chronicles (children's fiction) - available from imnda.ie
David Monaghan, On Leaving (photography) - available from the Library Project, Temple Bar and on http://www.onleaving.com/
Susan McGovern, Vanished (fiction) - available on Amazon
Brendan Murphy, County Kerry: 101 interesting facts (factual) - available on Amazon, Hodges and Figgis in Dublin and on sale locally in Co Kerry
Sean McNally, Paddy on the Cote D’Azur (non fiction, humour) - available on FeedaRead.com and on Amazon
Colm Herron, The Wake (fiction) - available on Amazon
Maire Godfrey, A Century of Life (non fiction) - available through email@example.com
Lorna Sixsmith, How To Be a Perfect Farm Wife (non-fiction, humour) - available through lornasixsmith.com
Sheelagh Coyle, Words Unlaoised: short stories and poems (collection) - available locally in Mountmellick and Portlaoise
Mary Carroll, Women Drive Tractors Too (factual) - available through firstname.lastname@example.org
Ray Bateson, Deansgrange Cemetery and the Easter Rising (factual, history) - available in Dubray Books, Dun Laoghaire
Karen Power, On Butterfly Wings (fiction) - available from Amazon, Eason, The Book Centre in Waterford and www.karenpowerauthor.com
Cathy Keane, The Making of Brooklyn in Enniscorthy (photography) - available from www.byrnesonline.ie, The Winding Stair Bookshop in Dublin; Byrne's World of Wonder in Enniscorthy, Steemers in Bunclody and The Book Cafe, Gorey.
Emmet Ryan, Tour de Ireland: A cycling fan's ride around Ireland (non fiction, humour) - available from Amazon, iBooks and Smash Words
Julia Roddy, Orange Boy Blue (fiction) - available from Charlie Byrne's Bookshop in Galway and selected stores nationwide
Michael Casey, I Was There - the Universe Story for Children 8 - 80 (children's non fiction) 0- available from http://iwasthere-theuniversestory.com/
Edel Cush, The Ladybird Flies (fiction) - available from Amazon
John Hooton, Dingle - My Only Place (photography) - available from http://www.john-hooton.com/
Alan Barry, Salesman with an AK47 (non fiction) - available from Amazon, Hodges Figgis, WHS and Dubray Books
Karen Farrelly Tazi, 1916: I Saw It All (children's picture book) - available from http://www.authorhouse.co.uk
Brian Kirk, The Rising Son (children's novel) - available from www.briankirkwriter.com/
Rory Campbell, Walking Class Heroes: Dublin's Remarkable Street Personalities 1955-2015 (non fiction) - Stokes Books in Dublin's George's St Arcade, Bridge Street Books in Wicklow Town, Hampton Books in Donnybrook, Hanna's Books in Rathmines, Beat That Record Store in Arklow, Zozimus Books in Gorey, also available from Amazon
Elaine Cremin, Waiting for a Star to Fall (fiction) - available from Amazon
Gerry Andrews, Shaped By History: Photographs of Limerick in the 70s (photography) - available from http://www.gerryandrews.com/
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