It’s all go here, hence the quiet.
I have just submitted the manuscript for my third book to my publishers, and now this weekend we have the long-awaited Ballymaloe LitFest, all my culinary super-heroes, and me, on my backdoor step! Well OK, not literally, but almost!
So on Saturday morning I will be leading a workshop on Food Writing for the Digital Generationalongside Caroline Hennessy, co founder of the Irish Food Bloggers Association; Aoife Carrigy, freelance food journalist and lecturer and Michael Kelly, founder of GIY Ireland. So if you want to get a behind-the-scenes scoop on how blogging works, what’s hot in food writing now and ask us your questions, then do come along.
Straight after that I will be introducing Michelle Darmody of the Cake Café in Dublin who will be talking about another hot topic – What’s the Big Deal? Going the Self publishing Route. As a self-published author myself, who has transitioned to the mainstream, I will be helping to field questions from aspiring authors, so do come along and pick our brains.
I will of course have signed copies of my books available to buy!!
And as a special treat I have a pair of tickets to each event available for you to win. Leave a comment below letting me know which you want to win.
You must be able to travel to Co. Cork on Saturday for the event.
Entries close at midnight tonight, Thursday May 2nd, British Summer Time. Winners will contacted by email tomorrow morning, so be sure to choose a commenting option which provides us with your email address.
The prize is a ticket for you and a friend, for the stated event, either
- Food Writing for the Digital Generation
- What’s the Big Deal, Going the Self publishing Route.
The prize does not include travel or accommodation, remember I was only joking about it being on my doorstep – I do not expect to find you outside my front door on Saturday with your suitcase in hand!!
I really look forward to seeing you there!