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Category Archives: O’Brien Press
I thought I’d read a chapter or two of Resonance for anyone who fancies an audiobook in these strange times: Chapter Three: Fran the Apples and the Lady Nana
I thought I’d read a chapter or two of Resonance for anyone who fancies an audiobook in these strange times: Chapter Two: The American Chap
I thought I’d read a chapter or two of Resonance for anyone who fancies an audiobook in these strange times: Chapter One: The Fading God
Last week, year twelve student, Millicent Duncan, emailed to say she had written an essay comparing the human experiences in The Poison Throne and George Orwell’s classic dystopia, Nineteen Eighty-Four. I am, of course, thrilled to have Moorehawke examined in … Continue reading
Absolutely love jabberwocky888‘s description of Resonance. Love, love LOVE, it. Thank you ❤ (and paired with my beloved Mrs Leeson, too! Heaven!) If you’re not following the #ReadIrishWomenChallenge get to it right now!
A wee drawing for a Moorehawke fan, who is also an avid knitter…