Author Archives: Mairéad Whyte

About Mairéad Whyte

Published author, Mairéad Whyte guides you toward creativity. She is the author of the novels: ‘All for Grace’, and ‘The Butterfly’ – both quirky novels on love and life. Mairéad is also currently writing her third novel, 'Shining Light : Casting Shadows.' Her writing is endorsed by Miriam O'Callaghan, RTE; several newspapers and; Colm Keane, Award-Winning Journalist and No 1 Best-Selling Author. Mairéad Whyte is a keen mountaineer; and in addition to being a volunteer for the new cancer charity, OvaCare; she is a co-organiser of the Galway Social Club, a member of Network Galway and an associate of Galway’s Junior Chamber. As a personal performance coach, her life-path has integrated her scientific background and her vivacity for life with her vision of spirituality – one that inspires us to be true to our hearts. Mairéad has lived and worked throughout the world. She has presented at many global conferences, has published several newspaper articles and made radio appearances. Born in Cork, she lives in Galway. More information, reviews, acclaims and details of Mairéad’s creative writing classes may be found at www.maireadwhyte.com.

Short Story – Nick Nack Tessa Whack!

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‘There’s only one Tessa Panther in the UK,’ she said for the umpteenth time. I couldn’t help thinking that there is also only one “Cruella de Vil”. ‘So,’ I asked quickly, ‘If I sent…

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Short Story – Nick Nack Tessa Whack!

‘There’s only one Tessa Panther in the UK,’ she said for the umpteenth time. I couldn’t help thinking that there is also only one “Cruella de Vil”. ‘So,’ I asked quickly, ‘If I sent a letter to Tessa Panther, UK … Continue reading

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The Artists’ Way in Galway

Nothing is either easy or difficult – only thinking it makes it so. If you don’t believe me, ask, Geraldine Folan, a wonderful and established artist, who works full-time in her own studio based in Bearna, Galway. On Friday afternoon, … Continue reading

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With gratitude!

I stand there. Stuck for words – a possible first – as over thirty of you fill the tables in Capone’s restaurant. Smiles, laughter, merriness, cheer – endless. I stop. I question my gratitude towards life. I’m still choked for … Continue reading

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Connemara and It’s Never Ending Circles of Beauty

Wonderful is the ultimate description for those who really know what it means to wonder. We can wonder at the most beautiful sights, landscapes and imagery but to be left in the state of mesmerisation that only Connemara could project, … Continue reading

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Salthill – A Romantic Projection of Life !

They say that women can fake orgasms and that men can fake entire relationships, but there is nothing false about a moonlit walk along the Salthill promenade. Salthill known for over thirty restaurants, more than fifteen bars, its renowned Golf … Continue reading

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Love …

It happens to all of us. We watch a movie and some words stand out, something said in conversation strikes a chord. Like a piece of poetry, one such dialogue in a recent movie resonated within every fibre of my … Continue reading

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