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First sightings of books in the wild

No posts from me of late as have been laid low with food poisoning all weekend. It was A’s birthday and I wasn’t even able to go out to celebrate with him. However, some good news via email: my publicist on the ground in Dublin has been keeping an eye on stock in the shops. Here she is with a brilliant display in Easons:

And here is the book in Dubray Grafton Street. There in actual life! O to the M to the G!

I can’t tell you how exciting it is to see my very own book in a bookshop in my native city, where I’ve browsed many times … suffice to say it’s very thrilling.

Heading to Dublin this week for the book launch – will keep you posted on what happens there …


  1. Is that what that strange looking couple were doing in Dubray books? They marched in, she produced a phone and started clicking while he distracted the girl on the desk and then they were gone.

  2. Anonymous

    Hi Irish-British Girl !
    I'm very happy for you !
    Now it's done !
    You're a writer. With
    This is the beginning of long road !
    Like a “camino” !
    Good Luck Nicola !
    Bravoure, Ultréia & Fantasy!
    : )

  3. Hi Nicola,
    Just wanted to drop a line to say I just finished reading the book, and I absolutely loved it! Can't wait for the next one!
    Best wishes,

  4. Brendan: yes, I have them well trained:)
    JB: Merci bien! yes, this is both the beginning and the end of another camino … I hope your own camino is going well.
    Fiona, thank you so much – that is really lovely to hear! Thanks for commenting 🙂

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