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We at Flash Fiction Armagh were very proud to kickstart the festivities on Thursday evening with a fabulous Flash Fiction in the Orchard, set in Teepees in the grounds of Crannagael House.
Jane and John Nicholson, owners of Crannagael house, were
To be honest, I felt nervous – the teepees are deceptively big. I worried that we would not have a large enough crowd, but the event sold out!
The readers were amazing. Hop over to our webpage to hear them. We had a nice mix of new faces along with seasoned readers. Many past readers were in the audience to support their fellow writers.
Quite a few audience members were new to Flash Fiction Armagh completely, and I know we ended the night with a few converts!
The inside of the teepee was luxurious. I loved the chandeliers.
We ended the evening with music and song from Phoenix Rose . It was the perfect end to a perfect evening.
The Armagh Food and Cider Festival continued over the weekend. I attended the Food Tour by Donna Fox Tours. These tours are a total taste treat. I’d highly recommend any of Donna’s Tours.
This tour started at our local Supermarket – McAnerney’s. I love this supermarket. It’s my local stop and the thing that I think is so special about it, is the local produce it stocks, from Armagh – balsamic vinegar, cheeses, ciders, gins, and beers to slightly further afield Irish artisan products.
We were completely spoilt for choice with samples of freshly baked Foccacia
And before I sign off – just one wee plug for myself. I’m thrilled that Castrum Press is going to publish my trilogy next year. If you’re