The Little Book of Dublin has established itself as a bestseller in Dublin and abroad to both visitors and denizens of the city alike.
It is now like an old friend encountered everywhere in Dublin bookshops.
A friend said: ” There is no bookshop that I go into that I do not find copies of your hardback on sale.”
Long may it continue.
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Thank you once more to the Echo newspaper for its handsome coverage of the launch of The Little Book of Dublin, in the current issue.
It is appreciated.
As is the Echo’s long-standing support of my writing life.
I’ll be on the Bookline programme on Liffey Sound FM on Sunday morning at 11am on July 6 for half an hour chatting about books, writing, storytelling and anything else that comes along.
Tune in locally on 96.4FM or online at http://live.liffeysoundfm.ie/
Thanks to Dave and all the crew at PhoenixFM for the chat and interview on the Little Book of Dublin and everything else to do with Dublin and its environs.
27june14 News coming in that people who already bought the Little Book of Dublin, and have read it, are passing it along to friends and family members with their commendation.
Long may it continue; the original viral phenomenon: “I read this book, it’s great, here it is for you to read.”
You cannot beat word of mouth among readers for a title to be successful.
I thank you one and all.
25june14 Success at last.
The launch of The Little Book of Dublin gets almost a full page of coverage in the Lucan Newsletter
I thank you.
And my people thank you.
Many thanks to the Liffey Champion for the coverage in this week’s newspaper of the Chapelizod launch of The Little Book of Dublin and its United States launch in September.
Thank you to everyone who came along last night, June 6, to the Bandroom in Chapelizod to help launch the Little Book of Dublin with me.
Thanks to Peter Kavanagh for setting the tone.
Thanks to Sheila Dooley for launching the book.
Thanks to Martin Nolan for playing some lovely Dublin tunes for us.
Thanks to Ann Fagan for the interruptions from the audience.
It was a magnificent, mellifluous summer night when we all came together to celebrate the community that is Dublin and Dubliners.
And I was privileged to be there.
My love to you all.