Limerick Publisher To Launch Four Books

Homecraft Book, The - Ann HathawayPillar International Publishing, a Limerick-based publishing house, has said it will  launch of four books for the Winter/Christmas 2015 Season. Publisher Mark Lloyd will be launching these four titles, all welcome additions to his portfolio, November 20th at 7pm in O´Mahonys Bookshop in Limerick.

The four,very different but all compelling, titles are as follows.



First published in 1945, this book is a compendium of advice across a myriad of subjects for the post-war woman, wife and mother. By times hilarious, by times disconcerting but always entertaining, it offers bite-sized ampoules of advice on the subjects of house, health, beauty and dress. A great gift for the homemaker in your life.


SOUR by Alan Walsh

A re-telling of ‘Deirdre of the Sorrows’, updated to the modern day, re-imagined with bizarre local characters and set in a fictional Irish countryside.

In a desolate Irish town a local paper boy goes missing. Conall, a beetroot-faced, mule of a man, makes it his business to find the boy. What starts out a small undertaking, unfolds into a journey of strange rural experience, bizarre natural occurrences and warped small-town morality, revealing the shocking tale of a young girl horribly imprisoned and two boys fixed on rescuing her.

The final two titles being launched are;


These are two books that have been a great hits with kids, parents and schools in the eBook format are now available as paperback in your local bookshop.

All four titles are looking to be a part of the Christmas gift market and promise to entertain, intrigue and delight this Christmas.

You can check out all books available for Pillar here :


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