for writers and readers….

Small reminder…you can win a copy of A GOOD CONFESSION

The book on the right. Looks good doesn’t it? Reads even better.

Don’t take my word for it: here’s a few reviews of A GOOD CONFESSION

Bridget Whelan writes in the great Irish tradition of storytelling.  A Good Confession is an unputdownable, compelling love story about the conflict between passion and duty

 Fans of heartwarming romances will enjoy Whelan’s tragic love story set in 1960s England and Ireland….An excellent read…

 A moving, humorous and subtle book

Now you really would like your very own copy, wouldn’t you? For free. All you have to do is comment on a post. That’s it.

In the words of Mrs Doyle from Father Ted: go on, go on, go on…






5 comments on “Small reminder…you can win a copy of A GOOD CONFESSION

  1. ann perrin
    October 11, 2012

    O.k you’ve convinced me, If I don’t win it I’ll just have to but it!

  2. ann perrin
    October 11, 2012

    O.k you’ve convinced me, If I don’t win it I’ll just have to buy it!

  3. Vikki (The View Outside)
    October 11, 2012

    Oooooo, I would LOVE. A copy 🙂


  4. Ged Duncan
    October 12, 2012

    Hi Bridget. It is indeed a fine tome. And members of your extensive fan base are looking forward to your next novel. Any news on that?

    Now there’s a crisp and professional looking blog…

    Thought you would like to know that Wendy (Cutts) used “Knock on any Door” (another book that Bridget was heavily involved in producing, for blog readers who do not know), during a sociology lecture at Bournemouth University yesterday. So its circulation and impact continue to expand! Any news on a reprint?

    You might also like to take a look at the following you Tube link, a short film about a collaboration between the University and a local school for young people with profound disabilities, using poetry as the medium.

    Hope you’re fit and funky,

    Ged x

    • bridget whelan
      October 13, 2012

      Great to hear from you Ged and thank you for posting this powerful and inspirational video. Lucy’s poem demonstrates why a project like this is so important. It has stayed with me since I heard it last night – it’s uncomfortable, it gets under the skin, it’s exactly what good poetry is all about.
      Understand that copies of that excellent local history KNOCK ON ANY DOOR are now in Brighton schools and libraries. Not sure about a reprint – I’ll ask and let you know.
      And my own writing….off to do some of that now. Saying it quietly, very quietly but I think/ pray I’m at the editing stage…(again).

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