Books: Better than sex
The editor of Ireland’s biggest-selling weekly women’s magazine, Áine Toner, has just penned a book set in a sex shop in Dublin, which is already being hailed as the next romcom smash
It’s the stuff of dreams. Landing a book deal within weeks of sending an early draft to the first publisher you approach, followed by a whirlwind few months of writing before the first crisp copies are returned to you, and you see your name in Amazon lights. Then, before you can catch your breath, you are being pursued for your second book as you prepare to launch your first.
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