Niamh Clune

Environment, poetry, comment, children's books,

Make Sure Your Plastic Goods Don’t Literally Cost The Earth

Make sure your plastic goods don’t literally cost the earth!

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February 23, 2019 · 8 Comments

The Wolf Blood Moon

We all know there is something marvellous and mysterious about the great bright orb that illuminates the night sky.  

I remember as a child gazing up at the moon, never believing adults who said it was made of cheese. I couldn’t bear the thought of it being eaten. I did, however, wonder if there was a girl in the moon. What sort of house did she live in? Was she lonely? How did she get there? What did she do all day? What did she look like? Was she ever coming home? Would she fall out of the sky? 

January 21, 2019 · 2 Comments

FREE Download: Barry Brown and the Dual Veil

For three days only you can download this magical new wizard adventure for FREE. Get it HERE if you live in the USA. Get it HERE if you live in the UK. If you … Continue reading

January 16, 2019 · 2 Comments

Finding Granny by Kate Simpson

Originally posted on Children's Books Heal:
Finding Granny Kate Simpson, Author Gwynneth Jones, Illustrator EK Books, Fiction, Jul. 3, 2018 Suitable for Ages: 4-8 Themes: Aging grandparents, Coping with…

January 4, 2019 · 1 Comment

Meet the New Wizards!

“It was obvious to Barry, his mother wished for a different boy—a boy that didn’t have red hair, a stutter, or a skin-thingy.”

Available now on Kindle https://goo.gl/5SxN7D

December 29, 2018 · 2 Comments

Poetry Guest Interview – Irish writer Kerrie O’Brien

Originally posted on Linda Ibbotson I Poet:
Contemplating the Muse No. 17 Linda Ibbotson Thomas Merton. “Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.” With…

April 11, 2018 · 1 Comment

Teachers LOVE it!

I was thrilled to receive such a lovely review of my personalised alphabet book from Ready Steady School: an organisation dedicated to helping children become school ready. Here’s what they … Continue reading

April 9, 2018 · 3 Comments