Remember My Name in the News!

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The media for Remember My Name has been incredible, on TV, radio and in magazines and newspapers – here’s a selection to give you a flavour. From amazing windows in Dubray Books to a competition in the RTE Guide and the most amazing reviews, it hit the original fiction No 1 slot and has been in the Top 10 for four weeks so far 🙂

Another Irish No 1!

And the audio book is flying too! You had to wait while to borrow it from your local library via BorrowBox, but hopefully we’ve fixed this issue with more copies made available!


I was invited onto Ireland’s biggest breakfast show Virgin Media’s Ireland AM, to talk pen names, research and Remember My Name!

And chatting with Sinead Kennedy and Daithi O Se on Ireland’s biggest afternoon show, RTE’s The Today Show, this time talking writing tips and how two ideas collided to produce Remember My Name!

Eason What’s the Story with Virgin Media


I was delighted to join some of Ireland’s top women writers in RSVP magazine!

Back L-R Sam Blake, Catherine Ryan Howard, Caroline Grace-Cassidy, Carmel Harrington

Front L-R Claudia Carroll, Sheila O’Flanagan, Ciara Geraghty

Read an extract on the RTE website!

In the UK’s biggest Writing Magazine:


UK Women’s Own Book Club:

The UK Daily Mail

The Irish Independent

The Sunday Business Post

The Irish Times


With lots of fabulous local radio including East Coast fm, and Dublin’s most popular easy listening station Sunshine, I also joined Pat Kenny on Newstalk. One of Ireland’s most popular broadcasters, Pat said Remember My Name was ‘terrific’, that he was ‘really enjoying it’ and the story should be a film or TV 🙂

And one lucky reader has a weekend planned in Fitzpatrick’s stunning Castle Hotel courtesy of Ireland’s biggest selling listings magazine, the RTE Guide!

No PR campaign comes together without a lot of help! Huge thanks to the team at Corvus; Simon, Declan and Helen at Gill Hess Ltd in Ireland, and Lorraine at Hollywood Beauty for hair and makeup 🙂

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