Author Archives: Kelly McGrath

About Kelly McGrath

Kelly McGrath grew up in Waterford, Ireland and lives in a little country area with her family. She has been an avid reader since a teenager starting with her mother’s crime novels that she squirrelled away before they were taken off of her. Over the last 3 years she has read upwards of 800 books and has recently decided that it was her turn to write one. Getting into the M/M Romance genre 2 years ago she hasn't been able to put them down. With a love of books, men and of happily-ever-afters where else would she start? With a very open minded family she has found the support she needed from all directions.

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Hi everyone, Are you all ready for Christmas? Have you taken delivery of all your presents from the internet yet? What, you actually go to the shops to buy things? How quaint! Last…

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NaNoWriMo Is Upon Us

So this year I will be kicking off NaNoWriMo but starting my next series NHP-No Heaving Petting. Set in my home town it will follow the lives of the owners and patrons of Waterford’s hottest Gay Club. The first book, … Continue reading

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UK Fiction Meet 2013 Manchester

This years UK Fiction Meet in Manchester went off without a hitch again this year. Many thanks to the event organisers: Charlie Cochrane, Clare London, Jamie Merrow, Josephine Myles and Liam Livings. It had been 2 years since my last … Continue reading

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Love Has No Boundaries

So we are nearly there again…. The M/M Romance Group on Goodreads have an extensive line up for us for this years Don’t Read in the Closet Event. The Main Event will be kicking off on Saturday, June 1st 2013 … Continue reading

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