So, at last, I can share the new cover in the Corbally Crime Series….. Ta dah…. Cover Reveal – up for Pre-order Now! Silent Night – by Geraldine Hogan As you can see, it’s a very different book to the contemporary fiction I’ve written before. This book moves away from a focus on friendships, family, […]

So, there’s been something bubbling away for quite a while here in Hoganville – since late last summer, there’s been a rumbling of something new, something exciting and… yep, I guess we’d call it a bit of news! Like so many parts of publishing, even letting this cat out of the bag takes time… But […]

As part of a blog tour – you get asked to do lots of different things. Just after our last tour finished, Jill invited me to participate in her Five on Friday slot and I just thought I’d add it in here – it’s a little different….     Which 5 pieces of music/songs would […]

I think every writer approaches reviews with a certain sense of wariness – after all, not everyone likes the same things and that’s probably just as well. I often think of myself and Mr H here – we are a divided house when it comes to music at times – of course we both love the […]

I haven’t been on here much of late, but I just thought I had to share this… It arrived earlier in the week and it’s a book trailer for What Happened To Us? I love it, but what do you think? I suppose, it’s probably better if you let me know after you’ve read the […]

From The Irish Independent Life Magazine   Weekender Faith Hogan’s Sligo Sunday Independent (Ireland) 6 May 2018 In conversation with Sarah Caden My love affair with Sligo started in the early 1990s, when I was transferred there with Penneys. Later, I worked for the Collooney ’98 celebrations. No matter what else was going on in my […]

This article appeared in the Daily Mail and was again featured on the Marian Finnuncane Show, it seems everyone loves Holly!     This Life Faith Hogan.       As far as dogs go, we’ve always been a bit of a divided house. James  proudly professed himself to be ‘not a dog person.’ It’s […]

I’m so happy to be putting this up on the site – we are having a book launch!!! Yes, finally, Secrets We Keep, my second book is making its way into the bookshops. First stop Ireland, then… This is a book that I just loved writing and for people in my own town, it’s a […]

I can’t quite believe I’m writing this, and perhaps a little late, but something special happened at the end of 2017. In the world of reviewers and bloggers, each year the bloggers list their best of.  We get to see what really tickled our favourite reviewers and very often, it’s an opportunity to go back […]

I wrote the following piece about love and marriage for The Daily Mail (25th November 2017).     This Life Faith Hogan   My wedding day was probably the best-kept secret ever! It was not that we feared being over-run by paparazzi, nor indeed was there any legal obstacle to our union. No, rather it was […]

At this point it almost feels like I’m at home with Karen on her blog. I really couldn’t be in a nicer spot, Karen has the very best books around! She was kind enough to come on board for the Blog Tour for THE GIRL I USED TO KNOW and she invited me to write […]

So, I know I’ve been rather quiet here for the last month, but the lovely Melanie at Aria Fiction has organised a great blog tour for the launch of The Girl I Used To Know, so I’ll be popping up everywhere and anywhere in the next few weeks and trying to keep a track of […]

At the begining of this year, one of my favorite Cork people decided to set up a very special spot on her popular books blog called – #IrishWritersWeds – so was born an opportunity for writers of all shapes and sizes, ilks and traditions – to contribute something of their journey to a shared page. […]

Well, do I have news for you? I certainly do, December 1st – just a few weeks away, sees the release of my third book with Aria Fiction. It’s called THE GIRL I USED TO KNOW and it will be published in digital format first so, it’s kindle and kobo and whatever you’re having yourself […]

Short post, it’s been a quiet week. You see, Mrs H has succumbed to the flu – so bad, it might even be as bad as man flu! Yes, no work for three days, a lot of feeling sorry for myself, a hefty dose of anti-biotics, echinancea and vitamin C and of course, plenty of […]

One of the nicest things about having your novel published is that you meet the most interesting and lovely people. I was delighted to talk to Sue Leonard about writing, reading, life and lots and lots of books! Here’s the interview that appeared in the Irish Examiner on July 1st 2017. Thanks to Sue for […]

I grew up in a house of books. There were books from my parents, my grandparents and even my great grandparents. There were books that were read to us, books that were gifts and those we discovered ourselves as children and later as teenagers. We were a family who bought the daily paper – the […]

  Any writer will tell you that the culmination of all those words is seeing the book in your hand. Maeve Binchey once said that imagining her eventual book launch was what got her through the wilderness of writing her first book.  Launching My Husbands Wives was a happy occasion,  I had expected to be […]

In the week of My Husbands Wives, paper back publication, I popped over to Love Books Group – now here’s a seriously busy woman.  We talked about writing, reading and just deserts! Here’s a link to this wonderful site:   My Husbands Wives @gerhogan @Aria_Fiction #Q&A #SneakPeak   And here’s the Q&A and an extract as […]

This was a stop on the My Husbands Wives tour at the launch of the Trade Paperback – thanks again to Writing.ie for having me back again! Did I mention that it’s a great resource if you’re thinking about putting down a few words?? Here I’m talking about Inspiration….   Finding my Inspiration: My Husband’s […]

Back to the tours again, yeah! I loved this review and I was so thrilled when Nellie said she would be part of tour. This was part of the blog tour for Secrets We Keep earlier this year – many thanks to Nellie who sources all kinds of phenomenal for discerning people to love, gift, share, […]

So, thanks to everyone who helped push the book to the top ten list in Irish Original Fiction!! this was a bit of a dream moment – to say the least!!     This was rather nice:     And then, this was a lovely stop with Celeste on her lovely book blog! Celeste was […]

As always it was a joy to pop into the ladies on Chick Lit Club Connect – Here I am talking about finding — THE ONE!!! Thanks for having me over, Ladies and for supporting Secrets We Keep   MFEO – Some people are just meant for each other… And here’s the post: Home » Connect Post » MFEO […]