Welcome to the first post in my new blog series: Incredible Irish Women. I’m very excited about this series, because history has tended to ignore its female participants, and I’m here to tell you that, actually, the women… Read More
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Athbhliain faoi mhaise daoibh (pronunciation Ah-vleen fwee vosh-ah gheev) Happy New Year to you all, and thank you for supporting Aliisaacstoryteller last year! I hope 2018 will be good to you. I can’t believe we’re already two weeks… Read More
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