My pic with the lovely Graham Norton and Sharon Plunkett of Plunkett PR at the Bord Gais Energy Irish Book Awards....What an amazing night it was!!


Graham Norton  


I'm really looking forward to Readers Day in Belfast this Saturday the 1st November!!


Library book clubs will be discussing LAST KISS with Q & A afterwards..better be on my toes!


Readers DAy




Kildare Festival Queens of Crime

FREE EVENT at the Kildare Readers Festival but BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL.....

Booking online HERE or call box office on 045 448327!!!


What a terrific night and so wonderful to share the stage with the great Kevin Barry and all the open mic readers on the night!! Well done Irish Writers Centre!!

Culture Night

COrk Library Readers Day


Cork County Library are eagerly looking forward to their Day In May for Booklovers in Library  HQ at Carrigrohane Road on Friday 23 May(10.00am-1.00pm) featuring myself and Roisin Meaney.


The event, sponsored by O' Mahony's Booksellers, promises to be the perfect start to any booklovers weekend.


Their onsite link reads :-

'Louise Phillips is a bestselling crime author of the psychological crime thrillers, Red Ribbons and  The Doll's House, Winner of the Best Irish Crime Novel of the Year 2013. In 2009, she won the Jonathan Swift Award for her short story Last Kiss, and in 2011 she was a winner in the Irish Writers' Centre Lonely Voice platform. She has also been short-listed for the Molly Keane Memorial Award, Bridport UK, and long-listed twice for the RTÉ Guide/Penguin Short Story Competition

Roisín Meaney was born in Listowel. She  has been enthralling Irish and international audiences with her work over the past decade. Her books including Putting Out the Stars, The People next Door, Half Seven on a Thursday have been bestsellers and as library staff will testify are ever popular with library customers. Roisín's new novel After The Wedding was published in April of this year. 

Both authors will read from and speak about their lives and work giving their audience a glimpse into the craft, talent and work that goes into producing an entertaining, thought-provoking novel. 

If you love reading don't miss this event. Teas, coffees and refreshments will be available to attendees. Admission is free but places are limited so book your place by ringing Library HQ at 021 4546499 or emailing  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  by Wednesday May 21st.'