Tracy Chevalier, Alan Cumming And More…

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It’s been one of those days… Two announcements to make – one ROSBC and one not, but a brilliant, brilliant couple of nights to be had. Firstly, our next Book Club event is May 9th with Tracy Chevalier in Dubray Books, Grafton Street. I’ll be interviewing her and she’ll be signing. We may even have drinks afterwards 🙂 The FB event is here – mark yourself as “going” to get any updates. The second one is a monster. I’m genuinely thrilled to announce that I’ll be interviewing Alan Cumming at this year’s Listowel Writers’ Festival on the June Bank Holiday […]

Live Events With Cecelia Ahern And Hannah Kent

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Seems to make sense to put both of these together as they happened in fairly quick succession. Thanks *so* much to everyone who came out to our first Cork event, to Waterstones for agreeing so quickly and to Cecelia herself for making the trip up and down. She was warm, giving, thoughtful and told a few tales that weren’t for the internet 🙂 Hannah Kent pulled probably the biggest single author crowd we’ve had for a Dubray event in Dublin and she didn’t disappoint. She was incredibly smart, very passionate, spoke at length about Burial Rites and her new book […]

The Ali Land Event

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Wasn’t she brilliant? Only her second ever public event with a book that has been sold in 22 countries (so she might have a few more to come), she was such a pro, and we had a huge crowd for a January, half of whom hadn’t even read the book yet! (Thanks to everyone whose pics I stole from Twitter!) Then we headed over for a blind book swap and a beer or two… We trended too… Leading to this 🙂 A fine, fine evening in all. Our next two are with Cecelia Ahern in Cork and Hannah Kent in […]

The ROSBC Xmas Party 2016

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The date on the above implies there will be more in years to come… not to get ahead of ourselves or anything. Thank you to everyone who came, Dubray for giving us the space, every single author who came and mingled (and yes I am going to namecheck you all Eoin Colfer, Alex Barclay, Arlene Hunt, Chris Judge, Colm O’Regan, Dave Rudden, Sinéad Crowley, Cat Hogan, Caroline Grace-Cassidy, Louise Phillips, Julie Parsons, Kate Beaufoy, Eleanor Fitzsimons, Orla McAlinden, Neil Hegarty, Sarah Webb, Eamon Ambrose, Laureate na nÓg PJ Lynch) and particularly Liz Nugent and Colm O’Regan for doing readings on the […]