Maeve Binchy Snell (28 May 1940 – 30 July 2012), known as Maeve Binchy, was an Irish novelist, playwright, short story writer, columnist, and speaker best known for her humorous take on small-town life in Ireland, her descriptive characters, her interest in human nature and her often clever surprise endings.
Tara Road Ray Bradbury Maurice Sendak James Patterson Larry Hagman Davy Jones Adam Yauch Nora Ephron Etta James Donna Summer Whitney Houston Neil Armstrong Ravi Shankar Kitty Wells Phyllis Diller Jack Klugman Ernest Borgnine
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gasp! I loved Maeve Binchy too! Tara Road was my first and favorite from her.
agree totally Niamh, it was my first Maeve Binchy too. Must take a read of my copy again too x
This is my original copy of Maeve Binchy's Echoes, from 1986. I'm currently re-reading it (for the umpteenth...
March Top Read A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy Stone House was falling into disrepair - until one woman breathed new life into it.
Maeve Binchy — Secrets from the writing club - Advice from the great Maeve Binchy.
4 of 5 stars to Nights of Rain and Stars by Maeve Binchy
Reading the last Maeve Binchy novel. So sad to have it all come to an end. Have loved every character in every single book!
Anyone read Maeve Binchy's "A Week in Winter " ? It was her last book ~ she passed away in July, shortly after finishing the book~reviews?
Check out my review of A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy. Buffalo Book Blog: Everybody Really Does Have a Story
Have you read this? interview from DK about Maeve Binchy x
I started reading Maeve Binchy novels when I was 12. I just finished A Week In Winter & am seriously bummed that there will never be another
3 of 5 stars to Dublin 4 by Maeve Binchy
On page 131 of 415 of The Return Journey, by Maeve Binchy
If you woke up each morning, and immediately dwelt on your ills, what sort of a day could you look forward to? Maeve Binchy
Everybody is a hero in their own story if you just look. Maeve Binchy
Anyone read the new Maeve Binchy book?
To read, perchance to nap. Maeve Binchy's A Week In Winter. Don't judge me and my love for Maeve.
You're like the Maeve Binchy of the buses.
On page 360 of 464 of A Week in Winter, by Maeve Binchy
Women's Wisdom: The whole art of life is knowing the right time to say things. - Maeve Binchy
Be part of a petition wanting to name a Dublin bridge in honour of Maeve Binchy Every signature counts
Follow for all the info about celebrating Mary Cummins & Maeve Binchy in Ballybunion this April. And lots more!
My is The Return Journey, short stories by Maeve Binchy.
Banana chocolate chip pancakes at midnight, so I can get a little time in with Maeve Binchy's Quentins
3 of 5 stars to Lilac Bus by Maeve Binchy
4 of 5 stars to Scarlet Feather by Maeve Binchy
Just saw this on Amazon: A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy for $9.99 via
All caught up on my hours this week. Curling up with Maeve Binchy on the bus on the way home, then tucking into pizza when I get there!
is by Maeve Binchy. Sad to finish it. She is the reason I fell in love with
Really interesting, I do love Maeve Binchy and Neil Gaiman!
On page 442 of 549 of Scarlet Feather, by Maeve Binchy
That's right. This book is Italian. I am immediately more exciting than you and your Maeve Binchy.
Reading A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy, her final novel before her death.
"I don't have ugly ducklings turning into swans in my stories. I have ugly ducklings turning into confident ducks."- Maeve Binchy
also,I was looking for an out-of-print Maeve Binchy everywhere. Found it outside madras cafe for rs 20!
we camp when the weather is nice, every camping trip I like to read Maeve Binchy, starting A Week in Winter in celebration of spring!
50 Cent decides to get an early night as he can't wait to get started on his new Maeve Binchy novel, 'Firefly Summer'.
I just finished The Builders by Binchy, Maeve on Kindle for Android!
On page 210 of 549 of Scarlet Feather, by Maeve Binchy
I had a very happy childhood, which is unsuitable if you're going to be an Irish writer. Maeve Binchy
Maeve Binchy was an absolute genius, her writing is so heartwarming
for my escape i'm going back to Maeve Binchy. Enjoy the Archers, I've never followed.
Finished Maeve Binchy's "A Week in Winter" and feel as if I've lost a friend. Her simple, easy writing is my favorite. RIP Ms. Binchy
Yep. But may have looked too "Maeve Binchy" for her first adult release. I can understand using the more serious look first :)
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LISTEN UP: New on audio...A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy
Reading A Week in Winter, by Maeve Binchy: Housework done, time for some self indulgence...
the latest Maeve Binchy, the last traveling pants book(did you read those?), The Book of Summers & If I Stay (the YA best seller)!
About to begin Maeve Binchy's last novel, A WEEK IN WINTER. Just learned of her death today; saddened. Such a great storyteller!
Currently on the New York Times Best Sellers List: "A Week in Winter" by Maeve Binchy. "Gone Girl" by Gillian Flynn. "A Memory of Light" by Robert Jordan. "Private Berlin" by James Patterson. "Suspect" by Robert Crais. "Touch and Go" by Lisa Gardner. "The Fifth Assassin" by Brad Meltzer. "Until the End of Time" by Danielle Steel. "The Racketeer" by John Grisham. "A Dance with Dragons" by George R. R. Martin. "Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker" by Jennifer Chiaverini. "The Aviator's Wife" by melanie Benjamin. "The Round House" by Louise Erdrich. "Threat Vector" by Tom Clancy. "The Good House" by Ann Leary. "The Third Bullet" by Stephen Hunter. "Winter of the World" by Ken Follett. "1356" by Bernard Cornwell. "Deadly Stakes" by J.A. Jance. We have all these titles and more!
New York Times Bestsellers March 10, 2013 Fiction: 1 Alex Cross, RUN, by James Patterson. (Little, Brown & Company.) While Alex Cross pursues a Washington serial killer (or killers?), someone is after him. SSCL OWNS 2 SAFE HAVEN, by Nicholas Sparks. (Grand Central Publishing.) The arrival of a mysterious young woman in a small North Carolina town raises questions about her past. SSCL OWNS 3 GONE GIRL, by Gillian Flynn. (Crown Publishing.) A woman disappears on the day of her fifth anniversary; is her husband a killer? SSCL OWNS 4 WAIT FOR ME, by Elisabeth Naughton. (Elisabeth Naughton.) As she digs into her past, a woman who has lost her memory in an accident is drawn to a man in San Francisco. IN PROCESS (Translation the book has been purchased and delivered and will be ready to circulate soon!) 5 A WEEK IN WINTER, by Maeve Binchy. (Knopf Doubleday Publishing.) Guests at an inn by the sea on Ireland’s west coast; the final book by Binchy, who died in 2012. SSCL OWNS 6 FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, by E. L. Ja ...
I'm way past Dan Brown. I'm now reading Maeve Binchy... If I ever get to Alan Titchmarsh then life will be over . : ( x
I got A Week In Winter by Maeve Binchy. Loved Circle of Friends...hope it's just as good.I'll pass it on to you and
Just finished "Tenth of December," then sat for a half hour looking at Laurel before downloading Maeve Binchy's last book.
The last book I got today was Maeve Binchy book "A Week in Winter".
5 of 5 stars to A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy
Rest in peace, Maeve Binchy. I just found out today. Thank you... You helped me dream again.
Women in the Law section browsing the shelves as if she's looking for her fave Maeve Binchy. Find your book and get out.
Thank God for Maeve Binchy... This wait will be a little less painful now
Check out this Amazon deal: A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy via
About to start A Week in Winter, the new Maeve Binchy book (which is unfortunately also her last). Has anyone read it?
A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy narrated by Rosalyn Landor
New on my Kindle: A Week in Winter, by Maeve Binchy. Never read her, but I suspect she's no Nelson DeMille.
>> & she thinks you write very much like Maeve Binchy. I knew she'd like your writing.
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"A Week in Winter"- Maeve Binchy' a gift to any reader, and a sad goodbye to one of the world's most talented...
Wow what an honour MT June Maeve Binchy had lovely column in IT on Saturdays based ..what she overheard.New job
I am so honoured that you would think I could do that! it would be my dream job, Maeve Binchy expert in observation, thank u
June Maeve Binchy had a lovely column in the Irish times on Saturdays based on similar thoughts & what she overheard. New job ?
3 of 5 stars to Irish Girls About Town by Maeve Binchy
I'm looking forward to reading Ms. Maeve Binchy's last novel. I miss her already ❤
"Someone with no disguises whatsoever" via Do you love Maeve Binchy? Please RT
On one hand, breastfeeding is my only reading time. On other hand, took new (to me) Maeve Binchy up tonight, now halfway through it.
Maeve Binchy Collection - 10 Books RRP £79.90, our price only £5! Would make a excellent mothers day present!...
Maeve Binchy died in July. Her last book, A WEEK IN WINTER, hits fiction list at
jeez, spoiler alert'd been nice. I was thinking maeve binchy.
I could use a week at Stone House in West of right now! A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy
New books to the library: *Alex Cross, RUN by James Patterson *Ancient Creek by Gurney Norman *A baby seal story by Martha Rustad *Bonanza DVD *Born to Kill Bowfishing DVD *Ethics for the new millennium *Ever After by Kim Harrison *Eyewitness Travel Guides Europe *Gotcha! by Fern Michaels *Guilt by Johnathan Kellerman *High noon *Home Song by Thomas Kinkade *The house on Hope Street by Danielle Steel *I am Nujood, age 10 and divorced by Nujood Ali *Love Krama by Char Margolis *Mandie and the secret tunnel DVD *Miracle dogs too DVD *The price of murder by Bruce Alexander *Rebecca's Choice by Jerry Eicher *Scrubs Ninth Season DVD *Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn *Something Wicked by Lisa Jackson *South of superior by Allen Airgood *Suspect by Robert Crais *Uninvited Guest by Jennifer Swanson *A week in winter by Maeve Binchy *Windmills of the gods by Sidney Sheldon
Review of Maeve Binchy's final book A Week in Winter
Reading Maeve Binchy's final book A Week in Winter was bittersweet
finished The Builders by Maeve Binchy and gave it 5 stars
A Week in Winter: A Week in Winter Maeve Binchy (Author) 37 days in the top 100 (241)Buy new: $26.95 $14...
While camping I started (and finished) A Week in Winter the last novel written by Maeve Binchy. Beauitful...simple writting and story telling at its very best. I love a great book :)
don't be ashamed, you're not really missing out. Nora Roberts is Danielle Steele is Maeve Binchy and so on and so forth
NEW!!! 'A Week in Winter' by Maeve Binchy 'Alex Cross, Run' by James Patterson 'Hit Me' by Lawrence Block 'Suspect' by Robert Crais 'Insane City' by Dave Barry 'Power Foods' by Neal Barnard
On page 11 of 352 of Whitethorn Woods, by Maeve Binchy
Or, an oldie but a goodie in my opinion, Circle of Friends by Maeve Binchy
Maeve Binchy. Her final book will be released next Tuesday. Can't wait.
the film adaptation of Maeve Binchy's 'Tara Road'. I read it in high school. I'm always weary of watching film adaptaions of great books
I see you're in Ireland..just reading Maeve Binchy's latest (and sadly last as she died 2012).. thoroughly enjoying it.
In the last chapter of a Maeve Binchy novel, so hard to tear myself away from it to do some work!
Our Helpline & the advice it should never give, according to Maeve Binchy...
a Kindle meant my 87yo grandmother can read the Maeve Binchy books that are too heavy for her as paperbacks.
anything by is a great read Also, Tara Road by Maeve binchy is one of my favs. 's Tell No One is too
Kate says: "6 p.m. and I have broken the top 100! I'm at 72, right before Maeve Binchy's new book!!! (okay,...
gave up after part 2, was prob reading a Maeve Binchy instead. Hope you're enjoying the US!
Because I saw my parents relaxing in armchairs & reading & liking it, I thought it was a peaceful grown-up thing to do ~Maeve Binchy
An odd ensemble of characters gather for a seaside holiday in Maeve Binchy’s ‘A WEEK in WINTER’ – Pre-order here >
Photos from the Relaunch of Dalkey Library and the Dedication of new garden to the memory of Maeve Binchy event...
I'm giving away: Circle of Friends - Maeve Binchy . Check it out -
On page 398 of 757 of The Glass Lake, by Maeve Binchy
I think I have about 5 favorites. Circle of Friends by Maeve Binchy. Sophie's Heart by Lori Wick. Saint Maybe - Anne Tyler
On page 186 of 549 of Scarlet Feather, by Maeve Binchy
finished Minding Frankie by Maeve Binchy and gave it 4 stars
On page 236 of 502 of Tara Road, by Maeve Binchy
On page 152 of 549 of Scarlet Feather, by Maeve Binchy
On page 52 of 549 of Scarlet Feather, by Maeve Binchy
Win the book A Week In Winter by Maeve Binchy - 28/2
On page 267 of 768 of The Glass Lake, by Maeve Binchy
"I look placid, you see, that's why people think I'm fine. Inside I worry a lot." - Maeve Binchy
Somewhere, Maeve Binchy is kicking herself for missing this plot... it's the curry chips detail... via
Done with all the pregnancy books- thanks to the wonderful gifts from Ms Renu and Kokilah. Now want to make some time for fiction- any suggestions? Can't wait to visit a book store after such a long time!
Give her a horlicks and a maeve binchy book and tell her 40 years ago maybe.
If you meant reading, Maeve Binchy, Jilly Cooper. And lots of shlocky thrillers!
Get on the hold list now for new books by the following authors. Click the book title link to go to the library catalog and place your hold. Unleash the Power of the Female Brain: Supercharging Yours for Better Health, Energy, Mood, Focus, and Sex - Daniel G. Amen Forbidden Sister - V.C. Andrews Sticks and Stones: Defeating the Culture of Bullying and Rediscovering the Power of Character and Empathy - Emily Bazelon (On order soon) The Night Ranger - Alex Berenson A Week in Winter - Maeve Binchy Hit Me - Lawrence Block Farside - Ben Bova Shadow on the Crown - Patricia Bracewell The Murder of Cleopatra: History's Greatest Cold Case - Pat Brown Dreams and Shadows - C. Robert Cargill A Dream for Tomorrow - Melody Carlson *** Few: Making the Modern Seal Warrior - Rorke Denver and Ellis Henican Bebe Day by Day: 100 Keys to French Parenting - Pamela Druckerman The Secrets of Happy Families: Improve Your Mornings, Rethink Family Dinner, Fight Smarter, Go Out and Play, ...
FICTION The Marlowe Papers – Ros Barber. Exiled writer Christopher Marlowe shares the story of his life from his humble youth as a cobbler's son who counted nobles among his friends to his adult misadventures as a Queen's spy, fickle lover and religious skeptic whose talent for plays, poetry and trouble led him to hide his identity behind the name William Shakespeare. A Town of Empty Rooms – Karen Bender. Estranged and grieving separately after painful losses, Serena and Dan Shine are forced away from their New York City home and resettle in a North Carolina community where Serena becomes enmeshed with a small Jewish congregation and Dan and their young son are drawn into the Boy Scouts by a mysterious neighbor who possesses a dark agenda. A Week in Winter – Maeve Binchy. A final novel by the late best-selling author of Tara Road follows the efforts of a woman who against the opinions of local detractors turns a coastal Ireland mansion into a holiday resort and receives an assortment of fir ...
Famous People who died in 2012 We said goodbye to many iconic figures—the first man to walk on the moon, Neil Armstrong and the first American woman in space, Sally Ride. We lost writers such as Ray Bradbury, Maeve Binchy, Maurice Sendak and Nora Ephron. We said farewell to musicians and singers who left an indelible mark on the soundtrack of our times—among them Whitney Houston, Davy Jones, Donna Summer, Etta James, Robin Gibb, Kitty Wells, Adam Yauch and Ravi Shankar. We also lost great actors such as Ernest Borgnine, Larry Hagman, Michael Clarke Duncan, Jack Klugman and Sherman Hemsley, as well as TV personalities such as Andy Griffith, Phyllis Diller, *** Clark and Don Cornelius.
Hi all, am looking for a good read. Am a fan of Diana Gabaldon, Dean Koontz, Patricia Cornwall, Kathy Reichs, Maeve Binchy amongst others. I've read all of Dean Koontz books and have gotten lost in my series for Reichs and Cornwall. Feeling a bit bored and open to something new and interesting. Crime Drama, Thriller etc etc, any and all suggestions most welcome.
New shipment of discount paperbacks have arrived in store. Danielle Steel, Wilbur Smith, Ken Follet, Karin Slaughter, Jo Nesbo, Maeve Binchy...to name a few. Only $10 each or 3 for $25. Perfect beach reading, now that we have some sunshine.
There are about 1000 novels or books of stories by Irish writers here, from Maeve Binchy and Roddy Doyle (from 3 euro) to first editions by Flann O'Brien and John Banville - at rather more. Lots of early 20th century ones too!
2012 was a sad year in that we lost some great authors who have meant so much to literature. We will miss: Jan Berenstein, Maurice Sendak, Ray Bradbury, Donald Sobol, Maeve Binchy, and Gore Vidal. CF
My newest books: Two Graves by Preston & Childs, Ransom River by Meg Gardiner and In Sunlight and in Shadow by Mark Helprin. I also Pre-ordered Maeve Binchy's new one that will be released on January 12th. Now if I only had time to read them. I'm on Page 155 of The Round House and our book club meets to discuss it this Thursday. I'd best get a move on.
Looking at our book case -only in this house would you have 'John Peel A life in music' next to the Ant and Dec biography,'The Soul Crew' next to 'Wuthering Heights' and the latest Maeve Binchy next to Practical Poultry keeping!
Heather's Recommended Books: (Library Page) • Prey by Michael Crichton • One for the Money by Janet Evanovich • Forever by Pete Hamill • Tara Road by Maeve Binchy • The Lobster Chronicles by Linda Greenlaw • The Limit by Kristen Landon • Virals by Kathy Reichs • Pioneer Woman Cooks by Ree Drummond • Julia’s Kitchen Wisdom by Julia Child • They Poured Fire on us from the Sky by Alephonsion Deng
2012 book review continued 2012 was also the year in which we lost a number of fantastic authors including children’s author Maurice Sendak, science fiction pioneer Ray Bradbury and the heavily decorated Maeve Binchy. We said goodbye to William *** - the carpenter who continued the Southern Gothic traditions of William Faulkner and Thomas Wolfe, Harry Crews – who escaped grinding poverty of the Okefenokee Swamp and survived the Korean War to gain a cult following for his gritty novels like Feast of Snakes, and Dora Saint – (AKA Miss Read) who will be remembered for her two series of novels set in the British countryside, the Fairacre novels and the Thrush Green novels.
Well, here we go again. Another year gone by, another one on the horizon. I'm glad to see it though, I have to say. This year we said goodbye to Malcolm, my step-dad's nephew who, unbeknown to us, turned out to be a very well respected and popular Southend Utd supporter. His wake was at Shrimpers and there was a minute's silence before the next home game. What a star. We also said goodbye to Eric Sykes, Etta James, Fontella Bass, Gerry Anderson, Gore Vidal, Eve Arnold, Ravi Shankar, Davy Jones, Whitney, Bert Wheedon, Maurice Sendak, the awesome Ray Bradbury, Nora Ephron, Maeve Binchy, Andy Williams, Larry Hagman, Neil Armstrong, Adam Yauch, Donna Summer, Rodney King, Vidal Sassoon. Phew. That's a lot of great guys. Let''s hope 2013 sees a big baby boom of new talent. Happy New Year to you all. Syd x
A Night to RememberKatie Taylor, Edna O’ Brien, John Banville, Mary O’Rourke, Catherine Fulvio, and Maeve Binchy win at the Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards 2012Esteemed novelist and playwright Jennifer Johnston was presented with the Bob Hughes Lifetime Achievement Award by Joseph O’ Connor for h...
Looking for a good book to read this Christmas? The Lithgow Library Learning Centre recommends books by the following authors: • David Baldacci, • Patricia Cornwell, • John Grisham, • Kate Morton, • James Patterson, • Kerry Greenwood, • Bryce Courtenay, • Nora Roberts, • Diana Gabaldon, • Maeve Binchy, • Di Morrissey, • Bernard Cornwell or • Hilary Mantel. Pop in to Lithgow, Wang or Portland Libraries today and pick up a copy. Providing quality Library facilities is part of Council's Caring for Our Community Strategy in the Community Strategic Plan 2025.
Books: Maeve Binchy’s last book a delightful gift: For fans of perennial favourite Maeve Binchy and those who li...
Reading the new Maeve Binchy book, a Week in Winter...She was such a great story teller and will be missed.
A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy. her books are mostly of the fluffy variety, but i love it.
On the Twelfth Day of Christmas: A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy. Ending our Christmas giveaway on a more somber...
Today's title - A Week in Winter, Maeve Binchy. 25% off while supplies last!!
What book, CD, or DVD is on your wish list this holiday season?
Can't wait to read A Week In Winter, the posthumous novel of Maeve Binchy.
MAEVE Binchy's final novel, 'A Week In Winter', is set to be her biggest ever Christmas blockbuster.
5 of 5 stars to Circle of Friends by Maeve Binchy
Maeve Binchy says you should write how you talk. What do you think? Does it seem too simple or is it the only way to develop your voice?
Enter for your chance to win an advanced copy of Maeve Binchy's A Week in Winter @
I just bought: 'Light a Penny Candle' by Maeve Binchy via
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Maeve Binchy's tips for writing a page-turner:
I've decided to get in bed and read a Maeve Binchy. I haven't flicked my Binchy in ages!
Got a new Maeve Binchy book for R11.90...can't put it down!
"Oh I'm so sorry I forgot I was going on holiday, I've been so busy eating quiche and reading Maeve Binchy novels"
i need to ask you a book related question re: maeve Binchy a) is she dead? b) is that a new book she has out this year? X
Delighted to see 'A Week in Winter' by Maeve Binchy is still No.1 in the Irish Fiction chart this week
I just bought: 'The Maeve Binchy Writers' Club' by Maeve Binchy via
Reading A week in Winter by Maeve Binchy via
On page 492 of 565 of Circle of Friends, by Maeve Binchy
My husband just asked me if Little Women was based on a book by Maeve Binchy... Um, no!
Last night we enjoyed great Indian food and conversation, then picked the next three meeting dates, sites, and books! We are so organized for the new year. January 6 - Martha hosting - Gone Girl February 17 - Jill (w Great Oaks as backup) - NW March 17 - Susan - Suggested "Evening Class" by Maeve Binchy
Top of the Fiction Bestseller List this week Week in Winter - Maeve Binchy
This Week's Half Price Book is "A Week in Winter" by Maeve Binchy. Half Price all this week from Monday 10th...
Book of the week : A Week In Winter - Maeve Binchy
Also some guilty pleasures in there... Maeve Binchy, Jodi Picoult, Stephen King and Tom Clancy.
Suzy Duffy... I had wondered who would be filling Maeve Binchy's shoes... EXCELLENT Ruth Caldwell, CA. & Goodreads -
Read 'A week in Winter' by Binchy, Maeve. Love it.
Book review: A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy: The death of much-loved Irish author Maeve Binchy earlier this ye...
A Tribute to Maeve Binchy - A Week in Winter won Popular Fiction Book of the Year at this year's Bord Gais Irish Book Awards. In this video several authors remember the legend and inspiration, Maeve Binchy, who died in July of this year.
Two women living on opposite sides of the Atlantic arrange to swap houses for a summer.
Domhnall MacAuley: Jonathan Miller, Maeve Binchy, and the neurophysiology of general practice via
I've been wound tighter than a tick today; ill humoured, disorganized, and clumsy. There's usually a reason for that, and today is no exception. I'm now running a fever and sick to my stomach. My fella has tucked me into bed. Now he's making tea and toast. I'm feeling cosseted.
In the last book she wrote before she died in July, Maeve Binchy once again created fully realized characters in quick, short strokes.
Here are just a few of the new fiction titles at the library: "The Black Box" by Michael Connelly, a Harry Bosch mystery "The Forgotten" by David Baldacci "Notorious Nineteen" by Janet Evanovich "A Week in Winter" by Maeve Binchy "The Giving Quilt: an Elm Creek quilts novel" by Jennifer Chiaverini "Flight Behaviour" by Barbara Kingsolver "Cross Roads" by William Paul Young, author of "The Shack" "Merry Christmas, Alex Cross" by James Patterson "A Christmas Garland" by Anne Perry "Looking for Yesterday" by Marcia Muller
the Author Maeve Binchy was asked why people like her book characters and she replied: My ugly ducklings don't turn into swans - just into happy, confident Ducks! Be who you are meant to be...
Maeve Binchy's A Week in Winter is now discounted at 30% off! A great Christmas gift for Mom!
Quote for TG week " I think that you've got to play the hand that you're dealt & stop wishing for another hand" Maeve Binchy.
In Store Now ~ A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy. Maeve Binchy was born in Dublin, Ireland on May 28, 1940. She received a B.A. from...
Check out Bob from on the couch this morning reviewing 'A Week in Winter' by Maeve Binchy
The Irish novelist died in Dublin, according to BBC News.
This morning on 2NZ 1188 3 Books in 3 Minutes - Maeve Binchy's final novel A Week in Winter, cracking crime with...
If anyone happens to be near a telly tomorrow around 9.20, myself and are on telly 3 chatting about Maeve Binchy's new book.
Maeve Binchy's posthumous novel 'A Week in Winter' is number 1 in Ireland:
Find out which reads Books Editor Joanne Finney is recommending for winter
Maeve Binchy's A Week in Winter: Hardcover = £9.00; Kindle = £9.99. Amazon, you're taking the *** and you just lost a sale.
Oh, I'll be on at 9.20am tomorrow for w/ discussing Maeve Binchy's 'A Week in Winter' - do watch!
I've asked for it for my birthday! Just finished Maeve Binchy's A Week in Winter - it was good, but not best
Did you know...Maeve Binchy's posthumous A Week in Winter is the most pre-ordered book EVER. More than J.K. Rowling even.
Lettice Cooper's Snow & Roses and National Provincial are available today. If you like Maeve Binchy, you'll LOVE these
Really enjoyed what is likely Maeve Binchy's final book, A week in winter - beautifully written and lovely storytelling
is that the day our deity Whitney Houston achieved nirvana? 10 months later is a little late for a tribute. Where's Maeve Binchy's?
anyone want some Maeve Binchy books??
The "Queen Mum of literature", Maeve Binchy, goes on breaking records four months after her death. Her new novel, A Week in Winter, has just been published posthumously and has already become the most pre-ordered book ever. To be clear: that's more pre-orders than J K Rowling's The Casual Vacancy, o...
Finished A Walk in Winter by Maeve Binchy and it was lovely beyond compare. Now I'm reading Soul Screamers Volume One by Rachel Vincent. Awesome!
Love this. "Finding an agent is like finding a husband. Difficult and individual" Maeve Binchy on finding an agent
Half a jumper and a Maeve Binchy book that's missing the middle 70 pages
Is she named after Maeve Binchy ? :) “Last soccer game of the season for Maeve. Central Park.
Institute papers are like a Maeve binchy novel here I've lost interest and can't keep track of the plot
Irish author Maeve Binchy's posthumously published novel now most preordered book in history!...
Book Reviews plus the Best of Dublin; Restaurant Reviews and New Openings, Art Exhibitions, Theatre Reviews, Music and Quality Food etc.
Reading Maeve binchy's a Week in WInter - better than hot chocolate after walking on a windswept beach! :-)
Lovely event paying tribute to Maeve Binchy at smock alley theatre
Main theatre is jam-packed here talking about Maeve Binchy- great atmosphere!
Just got my seat for the In Memory of Maeve Binchy talk
My tribute to the late, great Maeve Binchy is on page 17 of today's Evening Herald. Forever a national treasure and the Queen of Fiction.
“Maeve Binchy’s final book 'A Week in Winter' is the most pre-ordered book on Amazon’s
Maeve Binchy Warm, wise and a great storyteller to the end | The Irish Literary Times
FICTION:Maeve Binchy’s final novel, about an Irish woman returning from decades in the US to a small town on the...
Just got our new book club book Minding Frankie by Maeve Binchy
While I've liked (almost) all of Maeve Binchy's books, Light a Penny Candle is still my favorite. (I won't mention how many times I've read it.)
Emma Walsh reviewed the enchanting, ' A Week in Winter' by Maeve Binchy. Read this very special review here.
I need to finish my new Maeve Binchy before I can start this! looking forward to it, Sooz
Yippee found another Xmas read in my library ( aka top of wardrobe ) Maeve Binchy This Year it Will be different :-)
A Week in Winter is now on sale for £7.89 at Amazon. Product page:
I hope you've got a tartan blanket over the bed too, are you reading maeve binchy???
Brighton polling station at 8:45. 3 v bored volunteers, one almost finished a substantial Maeve Binchy. Asked me to lock up as I left
Fair play to WH Smith TV Ad. They've just advertised "The latest from Maeve Binchy". Looking forward to her next book.
The Sheedy sisters had lived in Stone House for as long as anyone could remember. Set high on the cliffs on the west coast of Ireland, overlooking the windswept Atlantic ocean, it was falling into… read more at Kobo.
It was Amanda Craig, though you've probably already been told that. Really nasty piece on Maeve Binchy (IMO)
Reading Tara Road by Maeve Binchy, so good! Love lazy cold mornings!
"You're my mother's favorite author!" I get that a lot. It's high praise indeed. Who is YOUR mom's fave? My mom adores Maeve Binchy and Adriana Trigiani, Toni Morrison and Maya Angelou.
Laura Hillenbrand, Maeve Binchy and Elizabeth George on my reading list...tired of e-books. Nothing beats curling up in a comfy chair with a good book
Soledad O'Brien CNN presenter. Must be love child of John Steinbeck and Maeve Binchy.
Just finished The Casual Vacancy. If I didn't know who'd written it and was just looking for a holiday read with a good plot and some vicious, well observed characterisation, I'd say it was pretty good. You know that bit at the end of a Kindle book where it says 'people who bought this also bought...'? The first recommendation is Maeve Binchy. Nuff said.
A new garden developed and landscaped at the rear of Dalkey library in Co Dublin was dedicated last night to “the memory of one of Dalkey’s and indeed Ireland’s most highly esteemed and best-loved citizens, author Maeve Binchy”.
I wished reading burned more calories because I could do it for hours on end! Rereading some Maeve Binchy novels. She passed away a couple of months ago and it makes me sad there won't be any more new ones. She always told a good story.
Lots of new faces on the Gateway Women 'Role Model" Gallery including... Kate Adie, Frances Barber, Maeve Binchy,...
It took me a while to figure this out (or maybe I’m thinking too much.. hehe) "I have always loved Susie, since the very first day we met. She invited me to her home and gave me somewhere to live. I tried to make her life easier for her but there was always this language problem. How could I find the words in any language to tell her what everyone knew? That her husband Rob was unfaithful to her. I knew he was there in their bed with her best friend. I begged her not to go in. Did she listen to my appeal? No. She just patted me on the head. "Silly little cat," she said. -Maeve Binchy (Readest Digest)
Had a very entertaining night at our local cafe Fiore. It is mostly expats that visit it. We had an overweight 61yo English guy with a 13yo son, a 51yo *** English guy with an ex wife and kids who plays rugby union for Lao, and likes photography,a 25yo southern Irish guy who teaches English at the local international school and has only been in the country for 7 weeks, then there was the ex southern Irish priest who would be in his 60's with a Lao wife and a 3 yo son and another one on the way and then there was plain old boring us married for nearly 33 years with a house with a white fence and car in the driveway! it was like something you would read in a Maeve Binchy novel, but a real fun night.
Synopsis: When Noel learns that his terminally ill former flame is pregnant with his child, he agrees to take guardianship of the baby girl once she’s born. But as a single father battling demons of his own, Noel can’t do it alone. Fo...
Big progress here: 1) the kids are officially recognized as Danish citizens and getting their passports, 2) the kids are registered for school, and 3) a librarian took pity on my waiting-for-paperwork status and let me have a library card based on my US driver's license. I exist! They only have about 100 books in English, but until I speak Danish, that's a good start! First pick: Maeve Binchy's "Tara Road"; really enjoying it.
Good night! Hot water bottle and Maeve Binchy awaits. Am I middle aged do you think?
I know I'm a bit slow at the moment, but I only just found out that Maeve Binchy died! I never manage to keep up with current affairs.
Enjoying feet up on the sofa with The Boys curled up & napping...watching Maeve Binchy's Tara Road...it's very good
Ah lovely Maeve Binchy cameo in Tara Road. It's all very Oirish tho.
Ah, just watching the film Tara Road on BBC2 and Maeve Binchy appears in it as an extra!
Love that book. I read all of Maeve Binchy as a teen. Nice.
Oh my god just found out Maeve Binchy died while I was away on holidays in Spain. RIP . Now watching Tara Road on rte
Watching Tara Road on BBC2. Maeve Binchy we love you ♥ : )
Have just seen there's a Maeve Binchy film on later Tara Road .so I am now in PJ's and knitting.Good about your weight loss:0)
To be listed in the same charts as two of my heroes .Marian Keyes & Maeve Binchy
Her smile and kindness will be missed. Top Shelf (eye-level/buy-level) in Heaven’s Library Thank you Maeve
Thanks Alice. Here's a 3 min video by Maeve Binchy to get you going
Every time I read Quentins (Maeve Binchy) I'm reminded I must start lipreading classes cos I do it anyhow so may as well get good at it.
“I've only ever seen Maeve Binchy write interconnecting …Tardif has managed it perfectly” DIVINE JUSTICE
I am reading Maeve Binchy now, new book.
Re-reading Maeve Binchy's 'Circle of Friends' feels like revisiting a childhood haunt filled with sunny memories :)
Interesting. But what about male writers being fathers? If Maeve Binchy had been a mother ... - Telegraph -
oh and side effects by . And circle of friends by Maeve binchy :)
The concept baffles me. Shakespeare wasn't a regicide but I kind of like 'Macbeth'.
If you missed it from earlier in the week, latest Author Appreciation blog post is re: the late great Maeve Binchy.
Simpleton authors feel the need to impress not express. See video.
Oh dear. I'm actually quoting Maeve Binchy - not generally known as a man. Here she is: (3 min Video)
we have Maeve Binchy's posthumous novel on order. ^VT
Apologies to Maeve Binchy and Jason Kenney for misspelling their names.
Open today 2 to 8...Stop in and sign up for the Book Discussion Group on September 11th at 6:00pm...Books are available now at the library.."Tara Road" By Maeve Binchy..
I bet she doesn't know who Niall Horan is. But she reads Maeve Binchy a lot. It made her love Ireland more than ever.
On page 320 of 528 of Evening Class, by Maeve Binchy
It's the walled garden at the Maplelawn Keg on Richmond Rd. It's an old manor house with the garden preserved. And Maeve Binchy.
Did anyone ever read Evening Class by Maeve Binchy?
do you have a link? I would love to read them, I adore Maeve Binchy
Just after reading some of Maeve Binchy's articles that she wrote for Her piece on her mother is captivating.
I found the second last maeve binchy book I don't have yet! Collection almost complete!
I suddenly realized - on her death, July 30th - that I never had read any of Maeve Binchy´s books. So I started on ¨Tara Road¨ ISBN 0-75281-447-8 and enjoying it...
"He has spikey hair... as if he made an unsuccessful attempt to do a Brylcreem job on it". Maeve Binchy meets Beckett.
Just found out one of my favorite authors, Maeve Binchy passed away on July 30, 2012. She wrote many books, at least 16 novels and several short stories. You may remember "Circle of Friends". She also wrote for Oprah Magazine and Good Housekeeping. Her writings were always about her homeland Ireland. She lived in Dublin with husband Gorden Snell. She truly was a weaver of magic whose stories touched hearts of millions! I could not believe the news, as I was actually reading last year's novel "Minding Frankie"! when I heard.
I'll miss new reads by Maeve Binchy.
also umm the 50 shades books? Anything by maeve binchy good one is minding Frankie. What sort of book do you want?
For Writers: Maeve Binchy left her 'secret for authors' in this 3 minute video
This is a *** of a thing. The late Maeve Binchy's 1980 interview with Samuel Beckett for The Irish Times
[One to watch] Maeve Binchy’s final book will be published at Christmas
finished Scarlet Feather by Maeve Binchy One of my most favourite books by the incomparable Maeve!
Maeve Binchy's last book is to be published by on 8th November. The title is A Week in Winter:
Maeve Binchy’s final book, ‘A Week in Winter', to be published for Christmas market more:
On page 220 of 560 of Circle of Friends, by Maeve Binchy
That was a slightly edited quote by Maeve Binchy who died at age 72 on July 30th, her books sold over 40 million copies worldwide. RIP
Maeve Binchy: final novel to be published in November
One of the books on Ash's summer reading list was "The Hunger Games". Last year the main book was "Circle of Friends" by Maeve Binchy. My thoughts.while yes, these ARE contemporary books enjoyed as fiction by many, WHAT-EVER HAPPENED to the days when CLASSIC WORKS OF LITERATURE were on the prescribed reading lists? Is it the case that we've now conceded that since kids don't like to particularly pick up books like "Pride and Prejudice" any more, we've now resorted to the idea that "something is better than nothing?" Not to mention that I hear "The Hunger Games" has a bit of a violent theme running thru it? Don't kids get enough of THAT in video games, rap music and sadistic films? (Sounding REALLY old-fashioned here btw!!!)
Angelina , who is like a sister to me, bought me lunch today at Archie's Restaurant. Tuesday the Senior special is fish and chips. It was good. I am hoping to get reinstated on the supply list with the separate school board. It will depend on their need in September. I miss going into the classroom. And I plan to do the Rosary Apostolate if they need me still at a school accessible by bus. I am reading "Tess of the D'ubervilles" by Thomas hardy. It is a classic written in older English. It is our book club pick for September. I am also reading short stories by Maeve Binchy set in Ireland and Australia. I will apply this autumn to the PHd program in Education at Western. And, if accepted, it woudn't begin for me until September, 2013.
So Sad to hear that authoress, Maeve Binchy has died after a brief illness. She was 72. If any of you don't know who that is, you may be most familiar with her book "Circle of Friends". I have always loved her books and will miss her wonderful portraitures of characters and places.
Up at Shuswap -water's so warm. Finally brave enough to learn to flip the kayak &self-rescue so now I can paddle with my sweetie. Sun feels good and a Maeve Binchy on the go... A nice short break, but heading home to get ready for our big event this weekend... LIG
Tara Road by Maeve Binchy gave a lesson to me how important to own house rather than car.After finished read this novel, i felt like want to go to Dublin Ireland to find whether is that old big house,Number 15,Street of Tara, renovated by a modern interior design is existence or just fantasy by the author.huhuhu. Is that Danny Lynch and Ria is real? because i felt alive when followed this story. huhu
I'd like people to think I was a good friend and a reasonable story-teller and to know that thanks to all the great people, family and friends that I met, I was very, very happy when I was here. ~Maeve Binchy Saddened to hear about the passing of a gifted story teller. She will be missed ♥
Went back to England by myself with a label on my coat. It's a Maeve Binchy story.
The Glass Lake (Mass Market Paperback): Night after night the beautiful woman walked beside the serene waters of...
In cafe & now realise i am a rubbish eavesdropper. Keep getting caught as I have to stare at whoever is talking. Maeve binchy was skilled.
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