Blogger’s Books: Sally Cronin

Few bloggers are as kind and supportive to others as the lovely Sally Cronin. I am delighted to be able to tell you that she has a new book out, and I wish her great success with it. Please have a look at the original post, and share links to anyone you think would enjoy it.

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At last the day has arrived and Tales from the Irish Garden is now available.

The book has been three years in the writing, mainly because what began as short stories in line with the first collection, turned into a full-length book. As we moved back from Spain to Ireland, house hunted, and then embarked on a renovation project, there were breaks from  the process. However, the upside was that I had the time to adapt and create new characters and adventures with more freedom. It also gave me time to meet Donata Zawadzka, courtesy of Paul Andruss, and after seeing her wonderful illustrations, I commissioned a number for the book to showcase some of the lead characters. More about Donata shortly.

Many of those that lived in the palace in Spain in the garden of our house, followed me across land and sea to settle in a magic…

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19 thoughts on “Blogger’s Books: Sally Cronin

  1. I’ve been on Sally’s site many times in the past, but just assumed she didn’t care to read about WWII (and believe me I get that). I’ll stop by her site again and wish her luck with new book.

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    1. Thanks, Michel. That is very nice of you to say so. Sally’s blog is all about supporting bloggers and writers, and she never ceases to offer great support around other blogs too.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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