Sheila O'Flanagan

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Sheila O'Flanagan is a Dublin born fiction writer and journalist who writes for The Irish Times.[1]

Biography[edit]

She was born in Dublin, Ireland. Her career started in financial services at the Central Bank of Ireland, and was in time promoted to Chief Dealer, trading things like foreign currency, bonds and options. She wrote her first book in her thirties. She was offered a contract with an Irish publisher and gave up her job in financial trading.

She is a competitive Badminton player in Ireland and has served on the Irish Sports Council Board.[2]

In 2011 she received the Irish Popular Fiction Book of the Year Award for All for You.[3]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Suddenly Single (1999)
  • Isobel's Wedding (1999)
  • Far from Over (2000)
  • My Favourite Goodbye (2001)
  • He's Got to Go (2002)
  • Caroline's Sister (2002)
  • Too Good to Be True (2003)
  • Dreaming of a Stranger (2003)
  • Anyone But Him (2004)
  • How Will I Know? (2005)
  • Yours, Faithfully (2006)
  • Bad Behaviour (2007)
  • Three's a Crowd (2008)
  • Someone Special (2008)
  • The Perfect Man (2009)
  • Stand by Me (2010)
  • All for You (2011)
  • Things We Never Say (2013)
  • If you were Me (2014)
  • My Mother′s Secret (2015)
  • The Crystal Run (2016)
  • The Missing Wife (2016)
  • What Happened That Night (2017)

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