Transcript of chat – Published-Getting there and What it’s like. Adele O’Neil.
Thurs June 29th 9-10pm GMT (4pm ET)
Guest-host Adele O’Neill @adelesbooks talks about being a debut novelist.
How did she get published and what’s it like?
Questions for chat conversation;
Adele O Neill is a writer from County Wicklow, Ireland. Her first book, Brothers and Sisters is a character driven story of survival, buried pasts and unwavering sibling loyalty. Alternating between life in the 1970’s and the present day, the story gently unravels a host of dark family secrets thread by thread making the reader question whether they would do the same for the ones they love.
She has a particular fondness for both reading and writing fiction that is realistic and relatable and is currently working on her second book, Safe Distance, a suspenseful saga of secrets, lies, violence and love. What would you do if the person you loved wasn’t who they said they were?
Adele is a board member of the Wexford Literary Festival and divides her time between writing her second novel and proactively working towards a wonderful Literary Festival in Wexford in 2017.
She lives overlooking the Irish Sea with her husband and two teenage daughters.
‘Brothers and Sisters’ by Adele O’Neill here;
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