Over the moon to receive an invitation to bring my ‘Life in The Gorbals’ trilogy to the festival! Thank you Bob McDevitt! I will be talking about the book, then a cast of professional actors will bring the characters to life on The Mitchell Theatre stage! Can’t wait for the 16th March! Time is 8pm till 9.15pm and I do hope you will join us! Here is the link for more information and to order tickets! https://bit.ly/2syA6YS
Just finished my book blog tour organised by Kelly Lacey @lovebooksgroup! Thanks to all the bloggers who posted comments and reviews! Much appreciated!
Aw xxx So appreciative of all the hard work by bloggers who genuinely care about us authors and our books! Is it ok to get a bit tearful when we see our work up there? xxx
Robert James Muldoon. That’s me. Sixteen years auld, four feet three wi bright red hair an legs like a chicken…’
It’s 1969 and Bobby, as he is usually known, has spent the last year dealing with one crisis after another. He’s a Gorbals’ boy though so with sheer determination and a witty sense of humour he’s moving on. Thanks to some carefully considered action plans and the support of Jeannie, the love of his life, Bobby has so far overcome every obstacle in his path. Now he and Jeannie have a plan to create a good life for themselves. Will Bobby finally become a confident, successful young man? Or will he go one step further and find…
Fame and Fortune in The Gorbals?
Kate Donne lives in Dollar, Clackmannanshire with her Welsh husband Steve, her dog Brodie, two tractors and eight chickens! Kate runs her own personal development company…
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The final book in the Bobby ‘Chicken Legs’ Muldoon trilogy is now available on Amazon!
‘Fame and Fortune in The Gorbals’ is available as an ebook and paperback, you can take a ‘look inside’ for a preview!
Hope you enjoy reading Bobby’s story as much as I enjoyed writing it!
Life at the moment is a whirlwind and I am quickly becoming an expert juggler! Getting ready for a LoveBooksGroup tour, adapting ‘Bobby’ for my dramatised launch, teaching Presentation Skills at Stirling University and doing housework (yuck!). Life is certainly not dull!
If you go to Glasgowlive.com there are some fun quizzes to test your knowledge of the Weegie dialect! I just scored 10/10 – good job considering I write in ‘Weegie’! Might have been very embarrassing otherwise!
Thanks for joining me!
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton