I’d be delighted if you’d like to sign my guestbook and leave me a message. Just leave a comment below and thanks for dropping by.
Hi Rosin, I just finished reading “Life Drawing for Beginners”, which, interestingly, I picked up at a library sale. It was a wonderful story , inspiring my search for more of your books and as another person wrote on here, leaving me wanting another story about Audrey and the rest of the cast !
Hi Valerie, thanks a mill for taking the time to get in touch, delighted you enjoyed LIfe Drawing for Beginners – I have to confess, because I’m probably not supposed to have favourites (!) that Audrey retains a special place in my heart! So you never know……R xx
I have recently found your books – my first introducton was Two Fridays in April – I thought it was beautiful. I have literally just finished I’II be Home For Christmas and as always at the end of a good read I feel withdrawal symptons. What happens to Tilly? Surely there has to be a follow up?. There is so much that I as your reader wants to know about how she fairs now she has come across her new family..
Good luck and I wish you well
Jane, thanks so much for taking the time to comment, and I’m delighted you’re enjoying the books. Yes, there will be a follow-up to Tilly’s story. This is the third book in the Roone series – the first was meant to be a stand-alone, but the characters stayed in my head afterwards and refused to leave, so I wrote a second, and then a third (with other books in between, mind you). Now I thought three was it, but I’ve had so many requests for another I think I’ll have to go back. My own fault for leaving a few loose ends! Not sure when it’ll happen, but probably in the next couple of years. In the meantime, there are a few others to keep you going……! Roisin xxx
Hi Roisin – thanks so much for your lovely response. When I came across I’ll be Home For Christmas it was the only one so I had no idea that it was the third in a trilogy. But it made no difference as it completely stood alone and what I am in awe of is the way you weaved together so many events and so many emotional roller-coasters to create a wonderful believable story that was all set over the course of just 10 days. Absolutely amazing ! xxJane
Ah thanks Jane – you’re a great boost to the old ego! R xx
Have just finished reading your trilogy set on Roone. What wonderful books. The third one with Tilly really resonated with me. I too was adopted albeit in England and the circumstances were very different. Adopted at 6 weeks old, it took me over 30 years to trace my birth mother and when I finally traced her to a nursing home in London, she died 5 months later. She was from Mountrath a small town in Ireland near Portlaoise. I smiled when I read that ‘Roone would be talking about Tilly for a few month’s. I was the talk of Mountrath for a long time and even now the local publican crosses himself every time he sees me! Through my search I inherited a brother and 55 first cousins.
Your writing portrays the beauty of the Irish countryside and the Irish people so well.
Mary – you could write your own book! Thanks for sharing your story with me – so glad you got to meet your Mum – and delighted you enjoyed the Roone set – Roisin xx
Hello, I absolutely loved life drawing…. I didn’t want the book to end! Now I have to find your other books. Thank you for writing. Such good books.
Patricia – delighted to hear, thanks so much for letting me know! Hope you find the others. Bear in mind that Life Drawing came out in Ireland as The Things We Do for Love, and Semi-Sweet, my other US publication, was published here first as Love in the Making. Just in case you’re looking on Amazon or other online sites, and it’s not made clear. Other than that, knock yourself out! Roisin xx
When is your next book out and what it called
Hi Carmel, next up is The Anniversary and it’s due out on June 7. Roisin x 😁
Thanks for that looking forward to that can’t wait
Delighted to hear it, thanks Carmel xx
I loved the Roone island trilogy, I so hope there will be more ‘Roone” stories. Thank you!
Mary – thank you for letting me know, delighted to hear. Yes, I think a Roone return is inevitable! It will take a while – I have to finish the one I’m on, and possibly write a follow-up to it…..but I will be thinking about Roone when I get a chance. Watch this space! Roisin xx
Hi I read The Street Where You Live over the festive season and I loved it. It was a good time to read it as I could sit down and devour the book. Read in record time, which is the usual story with your books. Looking forward to the next book, I will keep it for my summer holidys so I can read it in a few sittings. There is nothing greater than finding an author where one book is as super as the last.
Thanks so much Deirdre, delighted you’re enjoying the books. Next one on the way, currently tearing my hair out with the edits but that’s par for the course! Roisin x
Hi Roisin. Just finished I’ll be home for Christmas, my first Roisin Meaney book. Absolutely loved it! Why have I only just found you?! Please let us have a follow-up. We’ve got to find out what happens next.
Meantime I’ll have to catch up with books 1and 2.
Many thanks x
Susan – delighted you found me! I’m very shy and retiring, just write the books and then sit quietly in the dark, hoping to hear from people like you! Yes check out One Summer and After the Wedding, and if you’re still enjoying them you can try some of the others. Thanks a million for taking the time to let me know, it means a lot – Roisin xx
I have just read “After the Wedding “. It It is the first book of yours that I have read and I enjoyed it so much! Thank you for a happy ending . I just couldn’t put the book down and will be off to find another very soon. Thank you.
Helen, delighted you enjoyed it, and thanks a million for taking the time to let me know. If you’re after happy endings, probably best to avoid ‘Something in Common’….. you’re safe enough with the rest! xx
Hello Roisin, I have just read and loved “I’ll be home for Christmas”. I really want to know how things turn out for Tilly and see how her relationship with her sister Laura ( and her family) develops, especially want to find out more about her ability to see Walter! So many loose ends 😉. My grandmother was a native Irish speaker before she emigrated to USA. I started school in Ireland,then we moved to England and I married and emigrated to Norway, but still feel the pull! Please continue this series! Gill
Gill, delighted you enjoyed I’ll be home for Christmas, sorry about the loose ends! 😉 This is the third in my Roone series, and I’ll probably revisit the island at some stage, so I had to leave a few dangly bits for me to grab onto! Roisin x
I’ve read all your books and now I want more..I am now retired so I have lots of time to read.
I am eagerly awaiting your next book.
Hi Carmel, delighted to hear you’ve read them all, thanks so much, and thanks for taking the time to let me know. Must be lovely to have all the reading time in the world….I’m a hopelessly slow reader and there just aren’t enough hours in my time off bits of the day to get through half the books I want to read. Roll on retirement! Happy Christmas to you – Roisin xx
I love the Roone Island series and look forward to reading more of your books! I see in the comment below you are considering writing another Roone Island book – that certainly gets my vote!
Thanks a million, Sharon – yes, I’ll probably pay a return visit to Roone one of the days…..x
Hello Roisin I just read THE THINGS WE DO FOR LOVE. I loved it I will be looking out for more of your books. Thank youBetty Carr xxx
Betty, thanks a million, delighted you were pleased, and I really appreciate you taking the time to let me know. Hope you enjoy any others you try! Roisin xx
Oh my goodness….have just read all 3 of your Roone books, totally enthralled. Delighted at night to go to bed and read that little bit further. Please tell me me there will be a 4th or 5th as they all grow up adults/kids and everything else. Great reads, now I am going on to catch up on all your other books but if they like the Roone collection or NOT I know I will not be disappointed. Thank you.
Marion – thanks so much for getting in touch, delighted you enjoyed the Roone series! I absolutely loved writing all three books, but I did think that might be it, was afraid I might get stale if I tried to keep it going – but the demand is growing for another, so I think I may well go back to the island before too long more…watch this space! And yes, hope you enjoy any others you pick up, thanks again, Roisin xx
P.s I hope you have visited NZ … or come over for some research! 😀
Wouldn’t I love it! Keep dropping hints to the publishers but so far they’re proving very deaf!
Hi Roisin :),
I just finished reading your gorgeous book The Street Where You Live. I loved it! So excited to read more of your books soon. I am in New Zealand waiting for warm weather (come on spring). Your book kept me smiling and unfortunately I couldn’t put it down, so it’s been finished in record time.
Hi Melanie – delighted you hear you enjoyed The Street Where You Live, and thanks so much for taking the time to let me know. I love hearing from readers, particularly when they’re on the other side of the world – love the idea that the books are going where I haven’t – yet! I have a cousin who lives in NZ and I keep threatening to visit her……one of these years maybe! Roisin xx
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