The Daughterhood makes the cut in the Irish Book Awards

More good news for The Daughterhood – we were shortlisted in the Popular Non Fiction category in the Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards 2015.

We had a great evening at the Book Awards. Ivan Mulcahy from Mulcahy Associates and Kerri Sharp from Simon & Schuster came all the way from London Town to join us. Although we didn’t win, we are proud to have been in the line-up and to have come this far. All in all, it was a great excuse for us to get dressed up in our glad rags and have a fabulous Stillwater night out!

The Daughterhood at the Bord Gais Irish Book Awards 2015

In other news, Natasha is heading off to Rome next weekend to launch the Italian edition of The Daughterhood. The book will also come out early in the new year in Portugal, Korea and Germany.

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