Christmas present ideas? Buy some books by Irish bloggers

Twenty Major’s first book.

Pre-order Grandad’s book.

Grab Kieran Murphy’s wonderful Ice Cream Book. Book of Sweet Things.

Declan Burke’s The Big O (I only half read my autographed copy before the bag it was in was nicked. Irony…) and also Eight-Ball Boogie.

Get the Mr. Amperduke Graphic Novel.

Get Paddy Brown’s The Ulster Cycle: Ness comic.

Any I’ve missed?

Update: Yup
Via a comment from Rosie Homepages the book. Available in the next few days. Book of stories/works from Irish Bloggers.

And another. Big D’oh!
Rowan’s essential book in today’s uncertain times: Where’s My Oasis?: The Essential Handbook for Everyone Wanting that Perfect Job

Not one that perhaps you should give your friends or siblings but still an Irish book by someone that blogs: Trying to Conceive: The Irish Couple’s Guide

Gingerbread Man 7
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8 Responses to “Christmas present ideas? Buy some books by Irish bloggers”

  1. Grannymar says:

    And um again, Our Grannies’ Recipes already on the bookshelves with Homepages – Stories From The Irish Blogosphere to follow next week

  2. Kieran says:

    Thanks for the plug! Yeah, Our Grannies Recipes seems already to be a big success!

  3. Chris F says:

    Good to see Mr Amperduke get a plug – big fan of this! I just picked up this weeks 2000ad in which Bob Byrne has one of his occasional series of short tales. Well worth a look if you like Mr Amperduke.

  4. Daniel S-S says:

    Another Christmas present idea-

    The ‘Hands’ series of 37 documentaries on traditional Irish crafts as seen on RTE television. 20 hours of viewing- available as a box set of 14 discs for £100
    Contact for enquiries.

  5. Declan Burke says:

    Much obliged, squire. And don’t worry, you’d read all three funny bits by halfway through … it’s all downhill from there.

    Drop me a mail with your address and I’ll bang one off in the post …

  6. Bob Byrne says:

    Ah cheers man, just sold a copy thanks to your mention.