The Big Day 9/22/2017

Amazon Kindle Pre-Order

Aine of Leremey is now available for preorders. It will be released in September. Thank you so much for all of your interest in my premier novel.

A compelling story of a young woman, Aine, who lived in a small fishing village in medieval Ireland.  Trained by The Old One in the ancient Celtic healing arts, Aine promises not to forsake the old traditions. Tragedy befalls her family and she is spun into a cascade of events that force her to run away as a fugitive. She seeks refuge from the false accusations against her, but still she must face the judgment of the Brehon’s.  Meanwhile, Aine finds the love of her life and must follow her destiny and take great risk for love and happiness.  Or will she chose a safe life of servitude and regret?



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Historical Research for Writers — The Kingdom of the Woodland Realm Trilogy

Originally posted on A Writer’s Path: ? by Sheree Crawford Researching is, believe it or not, a skill that not everyone has. If you do have it you should definitely put it on your C.V.; good research is often the thing you do not see, but the want of it is blindingly obvious, especially…

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About Me

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog! I am super excited to embark on this journey I have recently begun.

I would like to introduce myself as a great lover of books. I have been writing since I was very young and I have never pursued it on a more formal platform, until now. Always one to be creative, writing has allowed this element of my personality to come through. I have focused on fostering this creative spark and I will be releasing my first novel fall of 2017.

I am a Registered Nurse and an enormous part of my profession is to be able to connect with others on a personal level. I have used my experience to add a unique perspective to my writings, and I hope to channel this into stories.

Thank you for stopping by to check out my web page. Your comments are greatly appreciated.

Tia Daly

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