No Poverty Between the Sheets – St. Patrick’s Day Book Launch
PublishedMarch 2, 2012
Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! And in 2012 The Dark Horse Gallery will be celebrating in style with the much anticipated launch of Pauline Kiely’s first memoir novel titled, No Poverty Between the Sheets!
When Pauline’s Granny in Dublin was asked the question, “If you were so poor why did you have ten children?” Her answer was, “To be certain, there was no poverty between the sheets!” Many of you may remember Pauline as an Advertising Sales Rep. for Brock Citizen and Kawartha Lakes This Week for Metroland Publishing.
Some of you may have heard her tell hillarious stories about her large family that is half Irish and half French Canadian. She has been chipping away writing this memoir for these past fifteen years.
As her Irish friend, and owner of The Dark Horse Gallery in Sunderland I am delighted to be hosting her book’s official launch so fittingly on March 17th – between 1pm and 4pm. Pauline will be here all day doing readings, and signing copies, plus there will be live music provided by her son Dylan and his friends, light refreshments will be served.
photo by; Sue Wright
So get your green on people, and join us because as John Kiely would say, “There are those that are Irish and those that wish they were, but everyone is Irish on Paddy’s Day!”