A Novel Evening With Irish Eyes

I had so much fun guesting on A Novel Evening, an exciting British podcast for book lovers everywhere. Host Dannie Carter and I chatted about my historical novel, IRISH EYES — Tammany Hall, WW1, Prohibition/speakeasies — we covered A LOT. Plus, a sneak peek at what I’m writing now (hint: sequel) and who I’d invite to my fantasy “novel evening” (and who’s on my Naughty List). Have a listen!

Sharing the Love with a Giveaway

February being the host month of Valentine’s Day, it’s no surprise that I have love on the brain. Since IRISH EYES released on December 7th, I continue to be blown a-w-a-y by the love readers are showing the book, including 385 reviews on Amazon, so far! Here’s a taste of what you’re saying.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Great read. I loved this book! …Very touching and believable heroine and characters. – Len C.

​⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Spellbinding. Wonderful characters and plot. I couldn’t put it down. History, romance and intrigue. No one could ask for more. – Anne D.

​​Now I’d like to give some of that love back… with a giveaway! THE ORCHID HOUR by Nancy Bilyeau is an utterly delicious historical mystery set in 1920’s New York. To win it alongside IRISH EYES, sign up to my free Substack newsletter, History With Hope. Anyone who subscribes between February 1-14 will be entered into a random draw to win. One winner (both books). Giveaway closes at 12 midnight EST.

In Conversation for IRISH EYES with Fiona Davis

Last Thursday’s (January 4) in conversation book talk for IRISH EYES at the Barnes and Noble Upper West Side Manhattan was a magical evening (Subway train derailments aside). Fiona Davis was a superb moderator and the newly renovated bookstore is bright and airy and in every way conducive to chatting. But don’t take my word for it. Enjoy the video, and if you’d like a *signed* copy of IRISH EYES, you can pick one up at B&N at 2289 Broadway @82nd Street.

Irish Eyes Unboxing Video

Last month, I shared the cover for IRISH EYES (12.7.23). Lovely as that was, and is, there’s nothing quite like holding the actual book in your hands — in this case, the Advanced Review copies courtesy of Lume/Joffee Books.

You can preorder Irish Eyes on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and wherever books are sold.