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Sinéad Fitzgibbon
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Sinéad (pronounced shi-naid) is an Irish author based in the historic English town of Windsor. Having trained as an economist, she first embarked on a career in finance. However, when it became evident that she secretly harboured a preference for words over numbers, she decided on a career change. Sinéad now writes for the bestselling ‘History In An Hour’ series, published by HarperPress in the UK. When she is not writing her own books, she spends her time reviewing both fiction and non-fiction for various online publications. She also contributes articles to various magazines and blogs; most notably, she has written about the Romantic poets’ involvement in revolutionary politics for The Wordsworth Trust.

Books reviewed by Sinéad Fitzgibbon

Submission (10/21/15)
Landfalls (09/02/15)
Girl in the Dark (04/15/15)
Sapiens (03/04/15)
Outline (02/04/15)
Bad Paper (11/19/14)

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