Norah has been "scribbling" since she was a small child but it's only as she's got older, much older, that she has given herself the time and space to sit down and write.
She's had success in the Becoming Writer competition and also with Cazart and was lucky enough to have her story, Choices, included in the LemonPress Publishing Anthology, Second Hand, Second Avenue.
She's lived in England, The Netherlands and New Zealand and returned to Ireland with her memories and experiences, in 2016. With two grandchildren and a growing brood of nieces and nephews, she's happy to stay put for now.
Favourite quote -"Rather light a candle than complain about the darkness."
I’ve moved more times than I can remember but the two times I moved while living in New Zealand were the most stressful. We had lived in the first house for over ten years which was the longest I’d ever lived anywhere, plus the outside areas were in a dreadful state, so having to get a house ready for sale in three weeks was a huge task. to buy but had to sell ours first.
Liz Morgan leaves the police force in London to return to Millwater and soon finds herself embroiled in a murder case where not all is as it seems. Between the attractive policeman assigned to the case and the attention of an unwelcome visitor who might just be an illusion, Liz must hurry to uncover the truth and save the day.