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Women’s Fiction, Historical fiction, Crime, Thrillers, Sagas and Erotica, Aria has something for everyone.


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Our Books

A Winter Affair by Minna Howard
Dante's Key by G.L. Baron
Don't Marry Thomas Clark by Celia Hayes
Finding Home by Lauren Westwood
Finding You by Danielle Ryan
Lizzie's Secret by Rosie Clarke
Lizzie's War by Rosie Clarke
Love to Hate You by Anna Premoli
Mothers and Daughters by Minna Howard
My Husband's Wives by Faith Hogan
The Alchemist's Code by Martin Rua
The Story of Our Life by Shari Low
Wait for Me by Sara Tessa
What's your story?
Storytelling – Who We Are...

Faith Hogan shares all about storytelling in Ireland

Aria welcomes Adele O'Neill
Where I grew up: Sian O'Gorman

Life in the west of Ireland

The Second Chance Tea Shop
The Difference Between You & Me

Celia Hayes

Just the Two of Us

Our blog

I couldn’t have been happier when I heard that an office full of adults sobbed because of me, not because I am wicked or have a malicious streak...

Chapter one

Our marriage had screeched to a halt a long time ago but it was John who finally called time. I’d stopped bothering with him,...

I was born in a place that calls itself a city. Galway on the West coast is really an overgrown town, characterised by the horizontal rain that...


Iris, 1956

It was a sunny spring morning in 1956, when their worlds would take an unexpected turn. Iris was making her way down O’...

Ireland is called the land of Saints and Scholars – well, I’m not an expert on the Saints part, but certainly, we’ve had our fair share of bards,...

Hi there! I’m Tania Crosse, and I’ve been a historical novelist for some time. Since 2004, in fact, which makes me feel somewhat ancient! I’ve...