Appetite for distraction

From horsing out hundreds of words a day to keeping the taxman happy, writing a bestseller isn’t easy, but it helps when there’s a creative partner to lighten the load

23rd September, 2018
Sarah Breen and Emer McLysaght: ‘Thank God there are two of us’ Pic: Al higgins

At least once a day, me and my best friend and writing partner Sarah Breen say to each other: “Thank God there’s two of us.” Thank God there are two of us to write half a book each. Thank God there are two of us to fly to London and have scary publisher meetings. Thank God there are two of us to stand backstage at The Late Late Show and convince each other that we’ll...

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