Publications

An emerging writer herself, Michelle is on her own writing adventure and loving it! Below are the links to her current publications or a examples of work that has been created by the 'wonderful minds' she has written with.

 

The Moon's Beam

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Have you ever wondered how the moon keeps its shine? Do you know whose job it is to help each moonbeam gleam?


Michelle's latest children's book is a magical, heart-warming story that reminds us of the importance of keeping lots of hope and love in our hearts - so much, that there's a little bit left over for a very important job!

Brought to life by enchanting illustrations by Bryony Dique.

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Lights on the Horizon 

Endorsed by Jeremy Irons, A hardback collection showcasing the creative talents of writers and photographers across Ireland. All proceeds go to HSE and NHS frontline workers. Available in Bookshops on 20th November. Pre-order yours now by clicking the image!

 

Two of Michelle's short stories for children are within its glorious pages - The Light Bulb Boy and Saoirse & the Healing World.

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Hotel Creep Collection in

'The Gathering'

Ink Wing Academy's Autumn Term Project was Hotel Creep. Children created a wonderful variety of scary stories inspired by the idea of a creepy hotel setting.

Some of the spooky outcomes were published in the digital book, 'The Gathering', compiled by Anne Mc Master as part of Derry Halloween's Wick Words Project!

Sink your teeth into this - it truly is WICKED!

'Alike in Dignity'

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In 2017, Year 8 pupils from Omagh High School and Sacred Heart College worked together on a Shared Education project. A Rural Centre for Shared Education initiative, facilitated by Michelle Young from The Pushkin Trust and funded by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, the schools explored the story of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in relation to their lives and the topic of diversity.

Click the image to explore the young writers' modern and quirky adaptation of Shakespeare!