Guest Posts & Interviews

By Tina Zafeiri
In Book News
May 8th, 2018
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We were thrilled to welcome bestselling Irish author John Connell to Eason HQ to tell us about his wonderful new memoir The Cow Book and read an extract from it, exclusively for Eason. The Cow Book is the story of a calving season. It is also the story of the cow itself, from its domestication and wo...
By Giacomo Iotti
In Guest Posts & Interviews
Apr 4th, 2018
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The Manhattan Project is a compulsive, edgy and pulsating new thriller written by the Irish novelist Paul McNeive. We’re delighted to welcome Paul to the Eason Edition blog to tell us more about the book in advance of its eagerly awaited publication on 10 May. The Manhattan Project By new Irish autho...
By Giacomo Iotti
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Apr 4th, 2018
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‘Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine’ is one of the biggest word-of-mouth hits in years, and its beloved quirky heroine Eleanor has found her way into the hearts of the books many fans. We were delighted to welcome the author Gail Honeyman to Eason recently – here she answers a series of questi...
By Guest Author
In Guest Posts & Interviews
Mar 21st, 2018
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Grace After Henry is the second novel from Sunday Times journalist and author Eithne Shortall, whose first novel ‘Love in Row 27’ was a bestseller when it was published last summer. We’re delighted to welcome Eithne to the Eason blog to tell us a bit about the eagerly awaited follow up to her debut. ...
By Guest Author
In Book News
Mar 9th, 2018
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Billed as the most ground-breaking self-help book since ‘The Secret’ by Rhonda Byrne, ‘The Source’ is Dublin-based spiritual teacher Judith McAdam’s guide to achieving health, wealth and happiness. Here, Judith presents us with an insight into the book, and tells us why ‘The Source’ can be an invalua...
By Guest Author
In Guest Posts & Interviews
Mar 9th, 2018
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Cormac O’Keeffe is the award-winning security correspondent for the Irish Examiner – work that has given him unique access to contacts in the police and the community. He has used his years of experience to inform and fuel his gripping and compulsive debut novel, giving it the intensity, authenticity...
By Maeve Ward
In Book News
Mar 5th, 2018
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We were delighted to welcome back bestselling author Patricia Scanlan to Eason HQ to chat about her incredible novel Orange Blossom Days. In a beautiful southern Spanish town, where the sea sparkles and orange blossoms scent the air, the gates of a brand new apartment complex, La Joya de Andalucìa , ...
By Guest Author
In Guest Posts & Interviews
Jan 11th, 2018
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Getting organised can be fun. No really, it can! Once you get through the decluttering work, organisation is actually quite addictive, but in a really good way. That book and stationery obsession of yours is mild until you see how much fun organising these collections, colour coding and displaying ev...
By Guest Author
In Guest Posts & Interviews
Jan 11th, 2018
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Slow at Work by Aoife McElwain When I tell people about my book Slow at Work they often say “Woah, I need that book in my life.” I always reply “Me, too. That’s why I wrote it.” After feeling stuck on a treadmill of busyness and burnout for most of my working life, I had […]...
By Guest Author
In Guest Posts & Interviews
Jan 10th, 2018
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How to Be Nicer to Yourself in 2018 By Abby Wynne New year here – you’ve tried the diets, tried going to the gym, you even went to that yoga class last January for a few weeks. By February, well, it became more of a chore, and by April you stopped altogether. It’s too much […]...