Archive for the Fiction Category

Continuing our NewsFour New Fiction with a Halloween flavour: “Changeling” Alice Meadows

They whispered that her sister was a changeling but Orla knew that was a lie. She was in fact human, all too human as it transpired.  But in this small town superstition still ran deep.  Narrow minds. People clung to […]

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Continuing our NewsFour New Fiction “The Choir That Never Was”

by William Jenkins It was in the 1950’s, and I was working at McBirney’s on Aston Quay when a new movement swept the land. It was The Industrial Rosary Crusade, fostering the daily recitation of the Rosary in hundreds of […]

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Continuing our New NewsFour Fiction: Forgotten Dreams

by Ruth O’Leary Bernie squinted as she tried to read the label on the back of the noodle packet…carbohydrates 3g. Yes, that looked okay. Justine should be able to have that. Bernie was getting a pain in her face, literally, […]

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Author Derville Murphy on writing, art & architecture

Author Derville Murphy on writing, art & architecture

In this interview local author, artist, architect and certified renaissance woman, Derville Murphy, kindly spoke to Newsfour about what drives her to write, how art has influenced her work and what are the makings of a knockout historical fiction novel.

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Continuing our New NewsFour Fiction: “Holiday Thrills”

Welcome back, Mommy and Daddy, we are so excited to tell you about Uncle Mick that we cannot meow.  We have to write instead.  Apparently, you told Aunty Nicola that he is a big doggie fan and does not like […]

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