**UPDATE: THE PRICE HAS BEEN CHANGED TO €25 AN EVEN BETTER DEAL**
For the readers & writers
Thought some people would be interested in this tidbit that came my way this week.
IMAGE Publications are delighted to announce the inaugural
An exclusive Q&A session with bestselling authors CLAIRE KILROY, JOHN BOYNE and ALEX BARCLAY hosted by IMAGE magazine with MC Bert Wright, Administrator of the Irish Book Awards.
Don’t miss your chance to meet three of Ireland’s most successful authors and enjoy refreshments and canapés at the Fitzwilliam Hotel, St Stephen’s Green along with a book-filled goodie bag on April 23 from 6.30pm-8.30pm
Tickets are available from IMAGE Publications at €25 per person, contact Jennifer Ryan on 01 280 8415 or email email@example.com. Tickets are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.
We look forward to welcoming you on the evening!
It’s a very nice line up with something for everyone in a nice location. Seems like a good evening for those who’d like to meet their favourite authors or learn some more about the writing process. Oh and there is a dead fancy official PDF download too!
Worth the few bob I think!
2 thoughts on “IMAGE author evening”
Dear Eoin Purcell,
I found you on the internet just before St. Patrick’s Day and started to write then. I am possibly one of your long lost, ancient cousins in Kansas, USA. At that time there was a photo of you with your blog–I couldn’t believe what I saw. You are the image of my nephew Ryan Purcell (upper part of your face) and your lower face is like my son Shawn and my deceased father John Purcell. I am a late starting author with Book I published two years ago when I was 69. I am currently juggling Books II, III, and IV in various stages of completion. Son Shawn is an author–yet to be published. Would love to hear from you sometime and will send you a copy of my book if you send me an address. My book has 30 life stories from birth to age 18. Name–Gullible’s Travels: From Diaper Rash to Kissing Frogs. Love to you from Kansas, Deanna Purcell Pendleton
Thanks for the message!
It is a crazy small world these days! I’m not sure how many of my family left Ireland in the past (though the last few generations have been home birds as far as I know).
Keep going with the books!
All the best,