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Winter Blessings

by Patricia Scanlan

Winter Blessings Synopsis

Widely known as one of Ireland's best-loved writers, here Patricia Scanlan offers readers a glimpse into her own life. In Winter Blessings, Patricia shares her favourite poems, childhood recollection and personal stories that have inspired her spiritual journey - all bound together by the season of short days and frosty nights. From early Christmases with excited siblings in the cocoon of their parents' love to learning poems by rote 'on the hard wooden chairs' of the classroom, and on through later days, suffering from chronic bank pain and struggling to make sense of her own life, here are treasured poems and stories from one woman's life and her journey towards self-understanding and self-healing.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780755315123
Publication date: 2nd October 2006
Author: Patricia Scanlan
Publisher: Hachette Books Ireland
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 192 pages
Categories: Poetry by individual poets,

About Patricia Scanlan

Patricia Scanlan was born in Dublin where she still lives. She is a bestselling author of many novels, all No 1 bestsellers and is the Series Editor of 'The Open Door', a prestigious literacy project she developed with New Island, which has become a critical and commercial success internationally. She has written three books for the series and is working on a fourth. She also works as an Editorial Consultant with Hodder Headline Ireland and helps young people with creative writing projects.

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