Two-fer Tuesday – Review and Radio Podcast!

First up, a great review from the popular The Writes of Woman blog which calls White Feathers “a cracking good read” (yay!) (btw I recommend this blog for picking up info about more great female writers. Naomi also pays a lot of attention to diversity and representation for writers of colour.) Thanks Naomi!

White Feathers is an impressive addition to the canon of world war novels and a cracking good read.

Second, had a great interview with Fiona Kenny in Dublin South FM studios on Saturday last. In which I talk about: the book (quite a lot); romance in canon (slight rant); emotional and structural violence (same); chaperones eating CAKE (the cheek of them); suffragettes and their darker side; battle scenes and Don’t Stand So Close to Me by the Police 🙂 Enjoy!

Two-fer Tuesday – Review and Radio Podcast!

My Yoke Is Easy, And My Burden Is Light

 

Autumn in the Dublin Mountains

I’ve been blogging less of late, largely because my mental health levels have dropped steeply. I am not in the best of places right now. The being an author thing – it’s heavy. A lot of Stuff.

“My yoke is easy,” says the Gospel of Matthew, “and My burden is light.” I don’t feel that way. I feel like Atlas. I am so tired of it all. Continue reading “My Yoke Is Easy, And My Burden Is Light”

My Yoke Is Easy, And My Burden Is Light