Friday, 2 October 2009

Idir Dhá Cheann Stoirme

A West Donegal man launches his very first novel at a very special night of music and entertainment at Leo's Tavern, Meenaleck, this month.

On Saturday, October 17, guests from all over West Donegal, Dublin, Galway, Scotland and Wales will gather in the well-known Rosses pub to celebrate the launch of Séamus (Jimmy) Mac Grianna's Irish language novel, Idir Dhá Cheann Stoirme (Two Ends Of A Storm).

Set at the turn of the 20th century, the novel tells the story of twin brothers who grow up by the seaside.

"Although there are similarities to my home of Rannafast the story could apply to any seaside village around Ireland," said Jimmy.

"The story revolves around twins who choose very different career paths. Both do very well in their chosen careers, but while one of them takes an academic path and goes to college the other becomes a fisherman."

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