TODAY on the blog is something a little different! I was privileged to receive these two books from Irish publisher Mercier Press, (who I have worked with before on E.R. Murray’s Nine Lives Trilogy) which are very Irish books indeed, and sure us being an Irish blog, why not promote that!
Welcome to Part 2 of 2 in my series of Wicklow Mountains photographs! If you haven’t seen Part 1, simply click here! For part 2, we ventured further into the mountains and made our way towards Glendalough, a little town up in the middle of the mountains with an amazing graveyard and round tower. SimplyContinue Reading “Wicklow Mountains Part 2”
As some of you may know, I was to go on a little trip last weekend, alas due to other circumstances, that trip never happened. I still had the weekend booked off in advance, and didn’t want the weekend to go to waste. I have a major love for photography as well as reading, bloggingContinue Reading “Wicklow Mountains Part 1”
Follow Molly’s journey in this gorgeous picture book that is sure to delight adults and children alike! Molly, her parents, and her cat Mipsy tour Ireland and see all the main sights! Written and illustrated by the author. Locations include: Dublin Zoo, Christchurch Cathedral, Temple Bar, Trinity College / Book of Kells, Stephen’s Green /Continue Reading “Let's See Ireland by Sarah Bowie”
Today I want to share a different kind of book here on WBW. Today I want to share a children’s book, and spotlight it, as opposed to my usual review style. Written by Maire Zepf and illustrated by Tarsila Krüse, Na Gabh Ar Scoil is an Irish children’s book that I can genuinely say IContinue Reading “Na Gabh Ar Scoil by Maire Zepf and Tarsila Krüse”
Welcome back to another edition of the Weekly Word, my weekly update blog post where I inform you guys what I’ve been up to in the past week!
Today on WeeBitWordy, I want to share something different with you. I had originally intended to write and post this the week of St. Patrick’s Day in March, but as we all know, that just didn’t happen. The books in this list are mostly books I have read very recently (in the last year), andContinue Reading “My Top 5 Books by Irish Authors”
Another late Weekly Word post here on WBW, but it’s here none-the-less. I would have had it up earlier, but I spent the majority of last night and today putting together a new chest of drawers for my bedroom. I didn’t have any help, so it took me a little longer than it should have.Continue Reading “The Weekly Word: Furniture Building”