I am a full-time Irish writer. I wrote The Honey Trap about the maltreatment of women by men and the importance of the female bond and family. All my details and publications are available on my website. I am the author of The Honey Trap and Always and Forever novels.
I haven't written for awhile, but I wanted to let you know that my book The Journey should be ready for the marketplace in the next few weeks. Please check out the website for the book - thejourneyclub.net - I hope you enjoy it.
What do you think of this excerpt from the Journey?
Going up the mountain to the house, they were surrounded by a pack of snarling wild dogs. The pack leader had a split snout that looked like it had been hit with an axe. That was one big, mean, and dangerous looking dog. They were intent on the groceries. Sarah was scared standing very close to Josh, he was determined they would not get their belongings. He was carrying a stout walking stick, and beat them all off. He hit the pack leader on the head hard enough to make him reel back and away. The others followed his lead; he bounded off shaking his head as if to shake off the effects of the blow. Sarah looked at her hero. They took a moment to look back down the mountain side. The city of Haifa lay between the mountains and the shore. Many freighters were close to the docks waiting to unload or load for export. Israeli warships cruised the perimeter of the port.
I see you were or are a teacher in Ireland. If teaching is as hard there as it is here, I have to admire you. I retired from teaching even though I had a job I loved and loved the students, it was the hardest job I ever had. Dr M