I would like to say a big thank you to the people (some of whom I knew and some I met for the first time) who attended the book launch in Sligo on Saturday 25th March. It was a beautiful day weather wise so I really appreciate people coming along.
The Banking Hall in the Yeats Memorial Building was full of atmosphere as at the moment it is hosting the Yeats exhibition. I read these pieces from my book, No Spare Life: In the Beginning, Marionette Days, Skin Cover and Grace Notes which was accompanied by Klaus Harder on the guitar and is a good piece to finish on.
Giving some background
Accompanied by Klaus Harder
You are cordially invited to the Sligo launch of Rosaleen Glennon’s book No Spare Life: one woman’s journey through cancer.
Sat. 25th March 2.00p.m. – 4.30p.m.
Banking Hall (ground floor),
The Yeats Memorial Building,
Douglas Hyde Bridge,
My book was launched in King House in Boyle in January. Thank you to my writing friends, neighbours and people who didn’t know me at all for coming along. It was a great day too and it was lovely that people came up for a chat afterwards. Making new friends.
No Spare Life: one woman’s journey through cancer
Saturday 21st January, 2017
2.00p.m. – 4.00p.m.
King House, Boyle, Co. Roscommon.
I launched my book No Spare Life: one woman’s journey through cancer in the Irish Writer’s Centre in Dublin on the 10th Dec. last. It was a day I will hold close to my heart. A day I wasn’t sure I would see. My family turned out in force and some friends I hadn’t seen for some time. Thank you everybody for making it such a memorable day. A celebration.