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Gill Books is committed to finding the widest possible audience for our authors. Our books are represented at international book fairs every year, including Frankfurt, London and Bologna, and our dedicated rights agents work continually throughout the year on our behalf to ensure that each book gets the attention and exposure it deserves.

For all rights enquiries, please contact Deborah Marsh at dmarsh@gill.ie or +353 1 500 9522.

We work with international publishers and are proud of foreign editions of Gill Books bestselling titles, such as the American ICA book, the Dutch Dying to Survive, and the German and Australian editions of Rachel Moran’s Paid For.

Ketogenic Kitchen

Rights Sold to US

A serious book that doesn’t take itself too seriously. --The Irish Times

Low carb. High Fat. Extraordinary Health.

Whether you are facing treatment, going through recovery or simply want to choose food that can keep you in long-term optimal health, The Ketogenic Kitchen offers advice and delicious recipes that will aid weight loss and leave you with higher energy levels and glowing good health.

 

The Extra Virgin Kitchen

Rights Sold to US, Italy

’Do you and your body a favour - read this book. Susan Jane White knows what’s good for you and it doesn’t hurt that she writes like a dream.’ Roisin Ingle, The Irish Times

In this book is a collection of Susan Jane s most loved recipes. Dishes like Maple Cardamom Peaches, Bond Girl Salad and Banana Toffee Ice Cream, all so full of flavour that you would never believe they are free from anything.

 

The Virtuous Tart

Rights Sold to US

The sassiest food revolutionary you’ll ever meet. --Image

The Virtuous Tart will nurse your sweet tooth and service your body like a first-rate Formula 1 pit stop, and you’ll have the energy levels and body to prove it.

 

The Cultured Club

Rights Sold to Germany

‘The first lady of fermentation,’ The Irish Farmer’s Journal

Adding a daily dose of fermented foods to your diet can have an extraordinary effect on your health. It has been shown to promote digestive ease for people suffering with inflammatory disorders, help manage sugar and carb cravings, decrease incidence of allergies and sensitivities and generally boost the immune system and contribute to an overall sense of well-being.

 

Dying to Survive

Rights Sold in Belgium

’Through sheer grit and determination she pulled herself out of the hell she was living in...what an achievement. She is an inspiration’ Alison O’Reilly, Sky News ’

Her addiction to the drug took her to a place about as low as a person can go

This is Rachael Keogh’s own story written in her own words. She is now thirty, a student of psychotherapy, an attractive and optimistic young woman. Her story is a remarkable account of recovery from the very edge of personal destruction. It is a heart-lifting story of human redemption.

 

Paid For

Rights Sold to Australia

‘THE BEST WORK BY ANYONE ON PROSTUTION EVER.’ Catherine A. MacKinnon

When you are 15 years old and destitute, too unskilled to work and too young to claim unemployment benefit, your body is all you have left to sell.

Rachel’s experience was one of violence, loneliness, and relentless exploitation and abuse. Her story reveals the emotional cost of selling your body night after night in order to survive

 

Irish Country Cooking

Rights Sold in US

Rediscover the simple pleasures of a home-cooked meal, Irish-style. This fresh and appealing collection presents tried-and-true family recipes shared by local moms and grandmothers. The dishes range from distinctly traditional Irish fare (often with interesting twists) to those with international influences.

 

Memoirs of A Wonky-Eyed Boy
Rights Sold to Australia
‘“Mrs. Byrne, you’ve a beautiful, very pale, ginger-haired baby boy, with a wonky eye.” My mother wept for all the wrong reasons as she was handed me by the midwife.
An hilarious memoir that captures the childhood adventures of an accident-prone youngster in 1970s and 1980s Dublin. It was a time when your brother persuaded you to eat the grease behind the cooker by telling you it was caramel.




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