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Cracking on with Goodreads
Slowly, but surely, I am getting my beloved words out there into the big wide world. Who knew there would be so much to do? And I am not the most technically-minded person – although willing to learn. I have learned so much this year. No two days are the same.
So, The Red-Letter Day is now on Goodreads – yay! As a member of the Goodreads Authors Program I’m also happy to answer any questions you want to ask through the site.
As you can see, there are lots of interesting ones already framed there, so start firing them at me if you like.
And if you’d like to review my magic history book spanning the Book of Kells, the Giant’s Causeway, famous Irish writers and English writers, Trinity College, Kilmainham Gaol, the GPO and the Easter Rising 1916, please do so. (And please be kind, if you possibly can!).
I’ve also updated the events section of my Goodreads page with library visits and the first performance of my 1916 play, so they’re together in the one place if you want to check – just click on ‘Events’ in the search tab and then enter SP McArdle in the ‘Author’ field. Hope to see some of you there…