About Irish Eyes

"Irish Eyes" is a web log much ado about writing and all else unrelated by author Deborah O'Toole.

She is author of Celtic Remnants, a novel of enduring yet impossible love and betrayal set amongst the turbulence of Ireland, glamour of London and the wilds of Scotland.

She is also author of the mystery/suspense novel Mind Sweeper.

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Writing as Deidre Dalton:

Deborah writes using the pseudonym Deidre Dalton. She is author of the Collective Obsessions Saga, which chronicles the extraordinary loves and obsessions between two families sweeping a span of more than one hundred years, all set against the backdrop of a Gothic seaside mansion in Maine.

Collective Obsessions Saga by Deborah O'Toole writing as Deidre Dalton

The eight-part family saga includes The Advent, Quixotic Crossings, The Twain Shall Meet, Enthrallment, The Keeper's Journal, Hearts Desires, The Twilight and Megan's Legacy All books were released by Club Lighthouse Publishing from 2011 to 2013.

Other Deidre Dalton titles include Bloodfrost, Bloodlust and Blood & Soul. The books are part of the Bloodline Trilogy, to be released through 2018.

The Bloodline Trilogy by Deborah O'Toole writing as Deidre Dalton

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More Writing:

Deborah has written several articles for the online version of Ambermont Magazine and the cooking/recipe web site Food Fare. Links to the articles can be found on the Other Writings page of her web site.

She also writes short-story Juvenile Fiction and darkly abstract Poetry.

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Background & Influences:

Deborah O'Toole (2016).Born in Connecticut, Deborah currently resides with her black-Labrador-mix Rainee Gabriella and with a demonic feline of suspect Bengal-origins named Kiki Alexandra.

A lifelong Tudor and Irish history buff, Deborah likes to browse through the local paperback exchange in her free time. She enjoys needlepoint, growing her own herbs and experimenting in the kitchen on whim.

Her favorite authors include Evelyn Anthony, Elizabeth Byrd, James Clavell, Dorothy Daniels, Ken Follett, Marilyn Harris, Susan Kay, Stephen King, Norah Lofts, Colleen McCullough, Marilyn Ross, Edward Rutherfurd, Bertrice Small, Barbara Taylor-Bradford, Leon Uris, Alison Weir and Kathleen Woodiwiss.