Claire Fullerton
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'Truth Within the Fiction': Q&A with Author Billy O'Callaghan

Posted on November 28, 2017 at 11:30am 0 Comments

When one writer encounters another that blindsides them with staggering awe, the inclination is to rush out and spread the joy with those who love the written word. I feel this way about Billy O'Callaghan and extend deepest gratitude to Gerry Regan and Joe Gannon for allowing me to share this…

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Book Review: 'Girl on the Leeside' by Kathleen Anne Kenney

Posted on July 9, 2017 at 1:00pm 8 Comments

Because I once lived in a small town in Connemara, at the gateway of the Irish-speaking area called the Gaeltacht, I look for those novels that depict the region as it is, for once one has spent significant time there, its ways and means register in the soul with perpetual resonance, leaving one forever nostalgic for…

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Book Review: 'The Dead House' by Billy O'Callaghan

Posted on June 21, 2017 at 10:30am 7 Comments

I’ve been following author Billy O’Callaghan’s career with rapt enthusiasm, since I fortuitously came across him online, last year. That he is Irish caught my attention, and as I delved further, I discovered he is the author of three short story collections, all of which I’ve read, all of which, to me, are in their own…

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Book Review: 'The Stolen Child' by Lisa Carey

Posted on February 25, 2017 at 6:00pm 12 Comments

Because I once lived on the western coast of Ireland, and because author Lisa Carey moved to the island of Inishbofin, off Ireland's west coast to research her first book, I've been following her career for many years. I've loved each of her four Irish-themed novels, and eagerly awaited the February 7th release of her latest, "The…

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Comment Wall (7 comments)

At 5:16pm on April 12, 2015, John Anthony Brennan said…

Hello newest friend...

At 8:20pm on April 12, 2015, Claire Fullerton said…

I am honored, completely. It's not often I am blindsided by a writer's cadence and word arrangement, but you did that for me in The Poet. Remarkable and resonate to say the least.

At 3:51pm on September 20, 2015, sullivansjohn@comcast.net said…

   FOLLOWUP !  WERE YOU ADOPTED IN THE SOUTHERN USA. GEORGIA, FLORIDA, ALABAMA ?

At 7:19pm on February 29, 2016, Ciaran Byrne said…
Thank you Claire!Not quite sure if I'm replying correctly here. A tad tech behind is the lad
At 8:08am on August 22, 2016, Colm Herron said…

Thanks for the welcome Claire. I can't wait to start interacting with all these book and blog lovers in The Wild Geese community.

At 4:46am on October 31, 2016, Colm Herron said…

Claire, I hope everything went smoothly at the big cultural event - and that you wowed them!

At 1:52pm on January 16, 2017, sullivansjohn@comcast.net said…

 sorry about the confusion Claire.   80 and a bit dense is my excuse . lol

hope you had a very merry CHRISTMAS and a happy New Year.  By the way, do you know of any savvy DNA members that I might check in with ?  I just found out that my DNA test has been evaluated with a more current method which was identified as = R  L226 . Folks here in Florida, USA say that it is an ancient blood line going back to 300 ad.   any suggestions ?

TAKE CARE AND GOD BLESS          BIG HUG

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