Biography

Cecelia Ahern

Before she embarked on her writing career, Cecelia Ahern completed a degree in journalism and media communications. At 21, she wrote her first novel, P.S. I LOVE YOU, which became an international bestseller and was adapted into a major motion picture, starring Hilary Swank. Her successive novels --- LOVE, ROSIE; IF YOU COULD SEE ME NOW; and THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HERE --- were also international bestsellers. Her books are published in 46 countries and have collectively sold more than 10 million copies. She is also the cocreator of the hit ABC comedy series "Samantha Who?", starring Christina Applegate. The daughter of Ireland's former prime minister, Ahern lives in Dublin, Ireland.

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Books by Cecelia Ahern

by Cecelia Ahern - Fiction, Women's Fiction

Constance, the woman who taught journalist Kitty Logan everything she knew, is dying. At her mentor's bedside, Kitty asks her, "What is the one story you always wanted to write?" The answer lies in a single sheet of paper buried in Constance's office --- a list of 100 names --- with no notes or explanation. But before she can ask her friend, it is too late. Determined to unlock the mystery, Kitty begins piecing together an unexpected portrait of Constance's life...and starts to understand her own.

by Cecelia Ahern - Fiction

Lucy Silchester keeps receiving a strange appointment card and sweeping its gold-embossed envelope under the rug. Literally. But she is about to find out that this is one appointment she can't miss, when Life shows up at her door, in the form of a sloppy but determined man. Life follows her, and she learns that some of the choices she has made and the stories she has told aren't what they seem. Now her half-truths are about to be revealed, unless Lucy tells the truth about what really matters to her.

by Cecelia Ahern - Fiction

Tamara Goodwin is born into the lap of luxury, spoiled and tempestuous; she has never had to think about the future- until the abrupt death of her father. Upon finding a mysterious book that reveals her own memories from one day in the future, Tamara believes she has found the answer to her problems, but she soon learns that some pages are better left unturned, and that she mustn’t interfere with fate.