Monday, February 28, 2011


Galway Bay now in Paperback!     

I've been asking you, my readers and friends, to please help put the new paperback version of Galway Bay on the bestseller list by spreading the word to family and friends. It's out now!! And here's an exciting development-- Jean Doumanian, a producer with wonderful credits and lots of awards, is developing Galway Bay for a television mini-series and great sales help to propel the project forward. So fingers crossed!! I'm writing away on Kelly Green, the sequel to Galway Bay. The next generation moves through the Roaring Twenties, two World Wars and the controversial rise of Honora's grandson Ed Kelly' to Mayor of Chicago. He becomes head of the most powerful urban political party in the country. You can see why I'm not doing as many events but I'll be at the Irish Festivals this summer and if you call me I may come. The best part of writing Galway Bay is sharing it with you and swapping family stories!!

Happy St. Patrick's Day.


          Blogger Olden Days Grandmom in 21st Century said...         

Grand News about the paperback and the miniseries possibility!
I will buy a number of paper back books to give as gifts,especially to members of my large Irish clan(in Midwest & other parts of USA).
Additionally, I have gone ahead with a historical novel that takes place in Ireland & your work has inspired me toward an almost completed draft. Mary Pat Canes

February 28, 2011 at 3:07 PM                     
          Blogger Mary Lou said...         

I was thrilled to find multiple copies at our local independent bookstore, now owned by the local newspaper, in Southern Pines, NC. (Ret. Gen. Snuffy Smith probably shops there, too.) It will be displayed for St. Pat's Day. I'll be in the Chicago area for a South Side Irish branch of the family wedding on St. Joe's Day - I'll have copies with me.

March 1, 2011 at 11:56 AM                     

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