Category Archives: Writers Resource

David Lawlor’s The Best Streets in the World.

Originally posted on Rearview Mirror:
Every now and then I will invite a special guest to write about their five favourite streets (or places) in their own city and or somewhere around the world that they have managed to travel…

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Thursday Doors

This week’s Thursday Doors tour of Cork City Gaol features some interesting characters, such as these two warders playing cards while they are off-duty. In those days a warder, along with his wife and children, would have all lived in … Continue reading

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Comeragh Mountains

Originally posted on Making memories:
Today we will do a bit of hill walking as most of us have consumed those extra calories between the Christmas and New Year day 😉 Comeragh Mountains is a good place to start since…

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Thursday Doors

Thursday Doors comes from the Davenport Hotel in Dublin City this week, a former 17th century prayer hall, where I attended a conference co-hosted by Amazon KDP and I was going to watch the day-long self-publishing event online, as … Continue reading

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Swans On Anti-Depressants After Viewing Episodes Of EastEnders Through Flooded Derrytresk Man’s Window

Originally posted on Tyrone Tribulations:
A leading swan psychologist at the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) has confirmed he had to prescribe anti-depressants to a flock of swans who watched thirty-three episodes of EastEnders through the window of…

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Independent motion – can you help?

Originally posted on Sue Vincent's Daily Echo:
What would you give to make a dream come true if you woke to find yourself living a nightmare? What would you feel if you could never again walk on a beach?…

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Sheelah Moloney 2020 Art Gallery

I just love this……….. ‘Tryst’ by Jenny Monks 8th of October to 18th November 2016 at the 2020 Art Gallery Cork Source: Sheelah Moloney 2020 Art Gallery

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Histories in the Making – with David Lawlor

Originally posted on A Writer of History:
Wouldn’t you love to have a view of history personalized to your family? Well, listen up. Journalist, author and blogger David Lawlor talks about his new venture – bringing family history to life –…

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‘Auf der Walz’ – The Journeymen

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Originally posted on Roaringwater Journal:
I am always happy to find longstanding customs and traditions still going strong, especially when they are as relevant today as they have been over countless generations. This summer we chanced upon two strangers from Germany who…

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You gotta know when to fold ’em…

Originally posted on historywithatwist:
The bald, bearded gent who sat at the gaming table of the renowned Casino de Monte Carlo in the summer of 1891 had a certain austere dignity about him. At 50 years of age, Charles Deville…

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