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Ruby O'Connor

Ruby O'Connor
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    Crime Fiction Action & Adventure Contemporary Romance
  • Country: Ireland
  • Books: 3
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 6 June
  • Member Since: Jan 2020
  • Profile Views: 384
  • Followers: 16
  • Visit author: Website, Facebook, Instagram, Amazon,
BIOGRAPHY

Ruby O'Connor is a writer living in Wexford, Ireland, but has lived in many other places. She chronicles adventures as Arizonacolleen on social media, and is the creator of Minuet Nero and Sophie Hollander, so far.
Expat, activist, and two-time Nanowrimo champion.

Ruby does most of her social drinking near her husband and their dogs in Wexford Town.
She's very grateful you read her work, and hopes you continue the series if you enjoyed it.

Ruby O'Connor Books

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(2) eBook, Paperback,
The Intolerable Binding: A Second Minuet Nero Story (Minuet Nero Series)by Ruby O'ConnorSeries: Minuet Nero SeriesCrime Fiction Contemporary Romance Erotic Romance
(4) $3.53kindleeBook, Paperback,
La Provenienza di Sully e Lina: A Minuet Nero Story (Minuet Nero Series Book 1)by Ruby O'ConnorPublish: Nov 27, 2019Series: Minuet Nero SeriesCrime Fiction
Agent Guinevere (The Sophie Hollander Series Book 1)
$5.19kindleeBook,
Agent Guinevere (The Sophie Hollander Series Book 1)by Ruby O'ConnorPublish: Jun 06, 2020Series: Sophie Hollander SeriesCrime Fiction Action & Adventure Contemporary Romance

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      • Ruby O'Connor Ruby O'Connor 11 days ago
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      • I think it's as important as the body of work. The title showcases the incredible malleability of words and distills the entire concept of the story, and a great cover can be subtle, flirty, and even illuminating. They form a secret, whispering to the reader from the shelf and hoping to prove worthy of them.
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      • Ruby O'Connor Ruby O'Connor 11 days ago
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      • This is the only thing I really wanted to do seriously. I thought of other things, but I wrote my first story at six - and I still write every single day.
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      • Ruby O'Connor Ruby O'Connor 11 days ago
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      • I think diligence to the exercise really pays off, so even a brief time each day helps you think about concepts and develop characters. I am a meticulous planner, so I start with a concept and flesh each element out throughout the day or days of prep, so when I sit down to write there is a really clear image in my head. I know them, and I see everything that has and will happen.
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      • Ruby O'Connor Ruby O'Connor 11 days ago
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      • I think this generation is AMAZING! My goodness, fanfiction? Are you kidding? I grew up reading the Quantum Quarterly and Sci-Fi magazines and to see so many wonderful creators on the internet making beautiful pieces just to be enjoyed by another person is amazing.

        If *one person* loves what you do, and wants to know how it will end, then you have done something great. Never give that up if it lights you up inside.
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