Thirteen years ago, when I took a family trip to Ireland, I never dreamed it would lead to me becoming a genealogist, meeting dozens of Irish rellies, writing two fiction book series set in Ireland, and buying a renovated 1887 schoolhouse in my Coffey ancestors’ townland. Being able to combine my passion for writing and genealogy is a dream come true.


I hope you enjoy your trip to Ireland with Mags and Biddy in How to Fake an Irish Wake. There’s sure to be plenty of shenanigans!


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