Author Archives: Eamon

About Eamon

Eamon Loingsigh is the author of the Auld Irishtown trilogy: "Light of the Diddicoy," (Three Rooms Press 2014) and "Exile on Bridge Street," (Three Rooms Press 2016).

Honora’s Journey

They said my great-grandmother was stunningly beautiful, had a whip-smart sense of humor and thought of others before thinking of herself. Yet she was also known for diving into a deep sadness that would quieten her. Even set her to … Continue reading

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How Kindle & Bookbub Sells Your Info

It’s this simple: If you landed on this page, it means you were targeted in an ad. Amazon tracks your purchases on its site, your activity on other websites, your voice commands, locations, grocery shopping and even extensively tracks your reading … Continue reading

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Real-People Reviews of Eamon Loingsigh

I don’t know about you, but when I’m considering buying a book I read regular people on Goodreads and Amazon to get the truth. There’s too much publicity that you have to sift through to get the truth. So here … Continue reading

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Divide the Dawn on Goodreads

If you have a Goodreads account, go here and select “To Read” on historical novel Divide the Dawn: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/50353580-divide-the-dawn Back Cover/Dust Jacket Description: From the slums of old Irishtown to the docks of industrial Red Hook, chaos flourishes. Factions struggle … Continue reading

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Petition – Stop Calling it a Famine!

Add your voice to the chorus that is singing out against the English government’s chosen language of Ireland’s Greatest Tragedy. Would you sign a petition to inform non-Irish people not to use the term “potato famine” when referring to what … Continue reading

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The Brooklyn Irish

After the Great Hunger in Ireland in the 1840s, thousands of Irish flooded the Brooklyn waterfront. Continue reading

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Vengeance Achieved

Recent research has proven that Al Capone did not willingly leave his hometown of Brooklyn. In fact, he was forced out by a local Irish gang called the White Hand (named in opposition to the “invading” Italian Black Hand). In … Continue reading

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Novel: Divide the Dawn

Divide the Dawn is a stand-alone historical novel for publication Spring, 2020. Critics see this coming: ♠    “A master storyteller’s tale that churns in the conflicted hearts of its characters.” ♠    “This book belongs in the elite company … Continue reading

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Black ’47 – Review

It is a rare moment indeed when a lie that has been passed as history can be righted. But that is exactly what Black ’47, directed by Lance Daly, has done. For 171 years a lie persisted, and even though … Continue reading

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