Two years ago, I launched the paperback edition of TITO'S DEAD, an event that was attended by many of my close friends and family and a whole bunch of great supporters who turned up to wish me well. Among them were Lord of the Dance, Michael Flatley, Boyzone star, Keith Duffy, former Irish film censor,…Read more LAUNCH or a WAKE?
Writing your first book is an apprenticeship and there are plenty of 'long stands'. I've written three books and, although TITO'S DEAD is the third, in my mind, it's my first. The 'first' was Sinead O'Connor, So Different, an unauthorised biography of the frequently celebrated, never celebrity and often castigated Irish singer. I remember saying…Read more Publishing is painful