Author of the week: Cecelia Ahern.
Here is some interesting info on our Author of the week Cecelia Ahern.
Place of birth: Cecelia Ahern was Born in 1981, in Dublin in the Republic of Ireland.
Family: she has one older sister named Georgina Ahern who is married to Nicky Byrne of the former pop group Westlife. Cecelia is married to David Keoghan. They have a daughter named Robin and a son named Sonny.
Books published: She has published 11 novels and a book of short stores. These include. P.S. I Love You, Where Rainbows End, If You Could See Me Now, The Time Of My Life, 100 Names, How to Fall In Love, The Year I Met You and many more.
Other accomplishments: Two of Cecelia’s books have been tuned into much loved films. The first being P.S. I Love You. And the second which appeared in cinemas in 2014 was Love Rosie adapted from her second novel Where Rainbows End.
Awards: Cecelia Ahern was awarded the Glamour award for Writer. She has also been awarded the German Corine award in 2005 for her second novel Where Rainbows End.
Other occupations: Cecelia was the co-creator along with Donald Todd and the producer of the hit t.v series Samantha Who?.
Something you didn’t know: Before publishing her first novel at the age of 21, and later becoming a producer Cecelia obtained a degree in journalism and media communications from Griffith College in Dublin Ireland.
My kind of person: Cecelia has contributed to charity books with the royalties from short stories such as ‘Irish Girls Are Back In Town and Ladies Night. Contributing to charity books definitely makes her my kind of person. She is just so giving, not only does she bring out great novels, but she gives to a charity as well.
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