Read this amazing Guest Post by Claire Fullerton who I interviewed recently, and author of Dancing to an Irish Reel that I reviewed and LOVED.
Another great one from The Indie Author’s best friend, Chris Graham, The Story Reading Ape.
Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog
Road to Publication
Once upon a time, I spent a year living on the west coast of Ireland, in the rural region of Inverin, while I worked thirteen miles down the coast road in Galway City. I had the best of both worlds, for Galway City is a vibrant college town with cobblestone streets in its center, where local musicians busk for change before pubs as old as the streets themselves, and locals come in from the outlying areas for the day to tend to important business. Contrarily, Inverin, Ireland is a land separated into geometric prisms by grey-stone walls leading down to the rock encrusted shores of the Atlantic on one side of the coast road and bog-land that stretches out forever on the other. Inverin is known as the gateway to Connemara, and is part of a region known as the Gaeltech, which refers to the area…
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