Elaine publishes first book

Congratulations to Elaine Cremin, originally from Blarney, but living in London for the past 11 years, on the publication of her book ‘Waiting for a Star to Fall.’ Elaine, who went to school in Blarney and who has family living in Blarney, has lived in London for the past 11 years. Working as a Personal Assistant for over 20 years Elaine has lived and worked in various cities, from Cork, Dublin, Rome and London. Her dream would be to work and live in New York. Talking to The Muskerry News Elaine said, “For many years I knew I wanted to do something a bit different and had always dabbled in a little writing, but nobody was aware of this. One day a leaflet from the Writers Bureau came through my letterbox and I decided to investigate further into their courses. I completed their fiction and non-fiction course and it was from that point on I began writing my first novel ‘Waiting for a Star to Fall’, which I have self published via CreateSpace. “I’ve got many more ideas for my next novel or novels and one day I would like to tackle a screen play – which may be a bit ambitious, but now I’ve come this far, I’m not going to stop following the dream.” ‘Waiting for a Star to Fall’ was published on Amazon, and the CreateSpace websites and is available on Kindle. It follows the life of Aly Hughes whose life just isn’t quite going as she wants it to and goes from bad to worse in a matter of days. In a bid to turn it around and make a fresh start, she leaves her home of Cork and heads to New York to join her two best friends. The book follows their lives with the focus on Aly and further problems she encounters on the road to find her ‘one’. ‘Waiting for a Star to Fall’ will strike a chord with many who have left home to live in countries throughout the world as there is a considerable amount of Irish sayings and slang in there, or as Elaine calls them ‘Irishisms’. You can find out more on Twitter @ElaineCremin and facebook www.facebook.com/pages/Elaine-Cremin