Friday, 28 August 2015

"The Secrets We Share" by Emma Hannigan. Giveaway.

Thanks to Headline Review, I have a copy of the new paperback edition of Emma Hannigan's The Secrets We Share.  I featured this title, as part of #IrishFictionFortnight, and you can read my review here.

Devastated after a tragedy, Nathalie Conway finds herself on a plane to Ireland. She is on her way to stay with her grandmother Clara. The grandmother up until now Nathalie had no idea existed...
As Clara awaits her granddaughter's arrival, she is filled with a new sense of hope. She has spent the last twenty years praying her son Max would come back into her life. Perhaps now her son can find a way to forgive her for the past. And her granddaughter may be the thread to stitch the pieces of her beloved family back together.

To win a copy of this novel from one of Ireland's best loved female-fiction authors, you can enter via rafflecopter link below.  Good Luck!  


Emma Hannigan is from Bray, Co Wicklow in Ireland. She is married with two children. 

Writing became her passion and life line in 2006, quite by mistake. Having discovered she carries the cancer gene BRCA 1, Emma chose to have a double mastectomy and her ovaries removed. 
Alas, she developed cancer a year after her radical surgery. Determined to battle and become a true cancer vixen, Emma fought the good fight! To date Emma had beaten cancer a remarkable 8 times!
'I like to keep score,' she jokes. 'So far it's cancer 0 - Emma 8 
Emma's fight with cancer is detailed in her memoir 'Talk to the Headscarf.' Emma is a glass-half-full type of person and cancer hasn't changed that. 
'I wrote 'Talk to the Headscarf' to show people that cancer doesn't always win. When I was diagnosed at first, I wanted an ordinary person to tell me I could live through this awful disease. This isn't a misery memoir. It's not there to scare people. It's all the things you ever wanted to know about cancer, but were afraid to ask! I laughed out loud writing parts of this book and I hope readers will too.'
Emma's writing career began in the chemotherapy unit. 
'I wrote because I was bored. But most of all I needed an out let at the time. I discovered I adore creating characters and telling stories. I feel truly blessed to have found this wonderful and exciting new career.' 
Emma has written six novels and is determined to keep adding to her list.
If you would like to contact Emma or learn more about her, please go to her web site:

The Secrets We Share is published by Headline Review and is available in paperback and ebook format.


  1. I've read Emma's the Pink Ladies Club :)

  2. It is Miss Conceived/ Designer Genes
    Thnx for the 2nd chance giveaway M, I loved the cover and storyline so much during #Irishfictionfortnight and had my heart set on it.

  3. I loved this book, Emma has a great writing style and is easy to read

  4. Driving Home for Christmas lovely story x


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