Spend ‘An Evening with popular Irish Author Sinéad Moriarty’ at Finaghy Library on Monday November 23 at 6.30pm.
Sinéad was born and raised in Dublin where she grew up surrounded by books, as her mother is an author of children’s books. Growing up she was inspired by watching her mother writing at the kitchen table and then being published. From that moment on, her childhood dream was to write a novel.
It was at the age of thirty, while working as a journalist in London, that she began to write creatively in her spare time. After a couple of years toying with ideas, she joined a creative writing group and began to write The Baby Trail.
The bitter-sweet comedy of a couple struggling to conceive was snapped up by Penguin Publishing in the UK and Ireland and has, to date, been translated into twenty-five languages. Sinéad is also author of A Perfect Match, From Here to Maternity, In My Sister’s Shoes, her fifth book has been published under two different titles Whose Life Is It Anyway? (in Ireland) and Keeping it in the Family (in the UK), Pieces of my Heart, Me and My Sisters, This Child of Mine, Mad About You, The Secrets Sisters Keep and her latest eleventh novel, The Way We Were, was published in August 2015.
Admission to this event is free and everyone is welcome. Booking is essential.