A wee bit about me...
I always wanted to be a writer. As far back as I can remember, I wanted to write and tell stories. I wanted to share experiences (even if somewhat fictionalized). I recall it was Mark Twain who got me started. Tom Sawyer, Huckleberry Finn, and--Innocents Abroad, of which, in my mind (then and now) was-what I was. Along with Mr. Twain, came Fred Gipson, Jim Kjelgaard, Jack London, you name them--I read them. Then there was Sterling North and the lovable Rascal. I really can't say if it was the story, or the way North wrote that captivated me, but I fell in love with it, none the less. I began writing and I never stopped. I can't say that I have a preferred genre, I have written many. Now, in the twilight of my years, I have eight novels under my belt, but only one presently on the market. 'When Walls Fall Down-An Adventure In Romance' was written and published after years of research and travel, I felt I couldn't let it remain on the shelves collecting dust with the three that came before it. The title may be a wee bit misleading. When Walls Fall Down is actually an adventure story with just a wee bit of romance thrown in. Don't be fooled by the cover, there is a roller coaster ride waiting inside! I have two more novels on the verge of emerging. I am sure you will like them both. More, later!
When Walls Fall Down-An Adventure In Romance
"The first line of this novel drew me right in—like most Irishmen, Ciaran McKay has a story to tell—and boy, does he ever. This adventure romance is a delight. Recommended for anyone who likes European settings, adventure, and good old-fashioned storytelling." -Alice A.
"This novel was very evocative, a very powerful adventure which made me laugh and cry. The characters were very much alive, and made you feel as if you knew them already!" -AMD
"If you are looking for a story that brings cross-cultural uniqueness and many a mishap between two star crossed people who somehow get their constellation right, this is the tale for you!" -Joseph Goldman
'Death leaves a heartache no one can heal; Love leaves a memory no one can steal"