An Extract from The Importance of Being Aisling by Emer Mclysaght and Sarah Breen

the importance of being Aisling

Having so enjoyed Oh My God, What A Complete Aisling, by Emer Mclysaght and Sarah Breen I am delighted to be part of the launch celebrations for the next of Asiling’s adventures in The Importance of Being Aisling by bringing you an extract today.

You can read my review of Oh My God, What A Complete Aisling here.

Published by Penguin imprint Michael Joseph on 15th November 2018, The Importance of Being Aisling is available for purchase through the links here.

The Importance of Being Aisling

the importance of being Aisling

You can take the small-town girl out of the big city – but can you take the big city out of the girl?

Job. Flat. Boyfriend. Tick. Tick. Tick.

Aisling (seems) to be winning at life. But life has other ideas.

Fired. Homeless. Dumped. Tick. Tick. Tick.

When everything comes crashing down around her, moving back in with her mam seems like a disaster.

But might returning to her roots provide the answers Aisling’s looking for?

An Extract from The Importance of Being Aisling

You can read the extract here The Importance of Being Aisling extract (1).

About Emer Mclysaght and Sarah Breen

Girls

Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen conceived the character of Aisling in their sitting room in 2008, when they began to observe the many traits, characteristics and quirks of a very particular type of Irish girl; one they identified around them and one they identified with.

Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling was an instant sensation in their native Ireland and the Number One bestselling adult fiction title of 2017.

Emer McLysaght is the former editor of The Daily Edge and has worked extensively in journalism and radio.

Sarah Breen is a journalist whose work has appeared in StellarImageU, the Irish Independent and The Gloss.

You can follow Emer on Twitter @EmerTheScreamer and Sarah @sarahjaybee.

There’s more with these other bloggers too:

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