Don't Forget Thursday
by Shirley Gault
Shirley Gault began by writing Valentine’s Day rhymes for friends before having her first poetry published. Her style has been described as ‘romantic,’ and she says that being a ‘people person and people watcher’ enables her to cover love in all its forms – love of people, love of places and love of life.
“My inspiration can come from a single word or a beautiful sunset; nature’s inspiration is endless,” says Shirley.
Shirley is no stranger to listeners of local radio in her native Northern Ireland. She currently co-presents a morning programme on Belfast89FM with Lisa Flavelle when she tries to promote local writers. She also has a bakery slot where she attempts to create something different every week, sharing the recipes with listeners.
In between times, Shirley presents and produces twice weekly a lunchtime show on Northern Ireland’s newest radio station BigHitsRadio.UK when she also reads some of her latest poetry.
This is her fourth poetry collection; she has also written two novels and is currently contemplating a third.
Praise for the author’s previous books
“Honest, haunting and heartrending.”
“Brilliant, articulate and emotional.”
“Another fantastic book by an extremely talented author.”
“Couldn’t put it down, finished the book in one day.
‘Shirley's poems really struck a cord with me and I found comfort and reassurance in her words’
‘Emotive and evocative, filled with memories of a life well lived’
‘This is a book I'll return to again and again’
‘Honest, haunting and heartrending’
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