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Originally from Philadelphia, Kristin Gleeson lives in Ireland, in the West Cork Gaeltacht, where she teaches art classes, plays harp, sings in an Irish choir and runs two book clubs for the village library.
She holds a Masters in Library Science and a Ph.D. in history, and for a time was an administrator of a national archives, library and museum in America.
Kristin is also a part of Famelton Writing Services giving manuscript critiques, copyediting, proofreading and other services for writers.
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The Imp of Eye is on Special Offer .99 c
Limited time offer!
has a new edition with a new look!
The Irish Examiner endorses
In Praise of the Bees:
‘a fascinating novel that gives a real sense of life as it might have been during one of the most turbulent periods in Irish history….There is evidence of meticulous research, and it is difficult not to be impressed by how the author manages to blend fiction with legend, keeping faithful to the stories surrounding St Gobnait, but building a narrative against these given details, one that spins off in its own intriguing directions. ..Miss Gleeson’s natural storytelling guile and clear functional prose keeps the focus intact… Ultimately this is a fascinating story, one that not only shines a light on an often overlooked period of Ireland’s past, but also meditates on such fundamental facts of life as identity, family loyalty, love, faith and justice.’ Irish Examiner
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A street urchin and The Duchess of Gloucester battle political intrigue in 15th century England.
The Imp of Eye available for preorder and will be released in print and ebook 15 June. :
Read the Othersiders, a short story I created with the teen book club I coordinate. You can find out about the project in the April blog. The proceeds go to charity. Cost is only 99p/99c.
Enter the Summer of Love Competition for a chance to win a set of romance novels, including, Along the Far Shores. Contest ends 15 May.
A new novel in the Celtic Knot Series out April 2!
An Irish archaelogical student makes an amazing discovery in a remote desert in western China that links her to her ancient past.
Available from Amazon
Read the full blurb on the webpage.