May 4, 2022
In May 2020, John Connell finds himself, like so many others, confined to his local area, the opportunity to freely travel and socialise cut short. His attention turns to the Camlin river – an ever-present source of life for his town’s inhabitants and, for John, a site of boyhood adventure, first love, family history and local legend.
‘invigorating, blissful, balm in our relentless age’ The Stream of Everything published today by Gill Books
Apr 26, 2022
Catherine Prasifka’s None of This is Serious has jumped to number 2 in the original fiction best sellers list this week and continues to attract glowing reviews.
None of This is Serious ‘balancing visions of the apocalypse with a Gen-Z everywoman’s daily grind’ shoots to #2
Apr 13, 2022
Published today by Unbound, Pogumahone tells the story of Dan Fogarty, an Irishman living in England, is looking after his sister Una, now seventy and suffering from dementia in a care home in Margate.
‘shape-shifting epic’ Poguemahone published today to great critical acclaim
Apr 12, 2022
Picked As 'One To Watch' For 2022 by Irish Times, Stylist And Irish Independent and selected as a book for BBC Radio 4 the book has garnered glowing reviews and endorsements on it’s publication last Thursday.
None of This is Serious makes its own magic charting at no 5 on the best sellers list just days after publication
Apr 3, 2022
Published today by Gill Books, Build Your Own: Use What You Have To Create What You Need explores the principles of construction and outlines a multitude of practices and methods that enable us to build a home with the materials available to us.
Build Your Own:
Use What You Have To Create What You Need is published today
Mar 24, 2022
Patricia Deevy, Deputy Publisher at Sandycove bought UK and Commonwealth (excluding Canada) rights from Marianne Gunn O’Connor of the Marianne Gunn O’Connor Film, TV and Literary Agency. It will be published in February 2023.
captivating new novel The Home Scar acquired by Penguin Sandycove
Mar 24, 2022
When Clothilde Ewing was pregnant with her first baby eight years ago, like most moms-to-be she had a checklist to complete: "Get the crib, get the car seat, decorate the nursery, get books."
tells PEOPLE ‘It's important to see children of colour in books where kids are just having fun’
Mar 24, 2022
Stella Keeps The Sun Up by Clothilde Ewing with illustrations by Lynn Gaines, published earlier this month by Simon & Schuster USA, has been selected by People Magazine as one of their People Picks Best New Books in their April 4th edition
Stella Keeps The Sun Up, illustrated by Lynn Gaines, selected by People Magazine as their Kid's Pick for April
Mar 11, 2022
Pan Macmillan editor Jayne Osborne has acquired UK & Commonwealth rights, excluding Canada, to Fling and a second book by debut author Joseph Murray, from Marianne Gunn O’Connor at Marianne Gunn O’Connor Literary/Film/TV Agency. Elsewhere, rights have sold in France, Germany, and Poland.
‘joyful, heartfelt and laugh-out-loud romantic comedy’ FLING acquired by Pan Macmillan in a two-book deal
Mar 8, 2022
Maggie has everything her sister Rose always wanted. A handsome husband and two adorable children, Emily and Elliot. But what Rose doesn’t see is that Maggie is struggling.
When Maggie finally cracks, walking out one day and not returning, Rose is right there to step into the breach. Slotting so smoothly into their lives that after a while, the painful memories of Maggie fade into the distance.
The Cuckoo Sister acquired by Boldwood in a 3 book deal
Mar 8, 2022
Founded by The Arts Council What’s in the Water? is the podcast created by Sinead Moriarty & Anna Mc Partlin as a strong platform for Irish female authors to celebrate the wealth of talent in Ireland and the culture it springs from.
What's in The Water? podcast is now available on Spotify and Apple
Mar 3, 2022
Published now in paperback by Bonnier/ Manilla Press Songbirds tells the story of Nisha who has crossed oceans to give her child a future. By day she cares for Petra's daughter; at night she mothers her own little girl by the light of a phone.
‘stunning and beautiful’ Songbirds out now in paperback
Feb 17, 2022
Published today by Bloomsbury, How to Gut A Fish by Sheila Armstrong is a dazzling and disquieting collection of stories which places the bizarre beside the everyday and then elegantly and expertly blurs the lines.
‘unsettling, unpredictable & brilliant’ How to Gut A Fish is published to widespread critical acclaim
Feb 8, 2022
Breaking Point maintains its # 1 position this week in the fiction bestsellers list on just its third week of release.
'A gripping, compulsive page-turner about what we expect from women, especially mothers. It's going to be a massive hit.' Marian Keyes
Breaking Point tops the bestsellers list for the second week running
Dec 6, 2021
Sinead joins judges Prof. Chris Morash, the Seamus Heaney Professor of Irish Writing at Trinity College, Alvin Pang, PhD poet, writer and editor, Clíona Ní Ríordáin Professor of English at the Sorbonne Nouvelle, Victoria White, writer and journalist, and Emmanuel Dandaura, Executive Director of the Institute of Strategic and Development Communication at the Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nigeria.
joins the judging panel for the 2022 DUBLIN International Literary Award
Nov 30, 2021
Hachette Children’s Group has acquired world rights to three new fiction titles from award-winning, bestselling author Shane Hegarty. This new series also sees Shane paired with a new illustrator, Jeff Crowther.