For All You Nosy Bastards

When Caitlin Carrigan isn’t traversing the arctic tundra with nothing more than a q-tip, a single match, and her sarcasm, she’s an author. Currently working on her fourth novel, she can often be found nestled into the corners of her local pub with a laptop and a Ginger Ale, or depending on the time of day, a Magners – though let’s be real – given her tolerance for alcohol, that’s probably not the greatest idea while trying to hash out literary genius. We’re lucky if she isn’t drooling after her first pint. Needless to say, Caitlin Carrigan has spent a good amount of her life being called a ‘cheap date.’

Author of The Offering, Catch My Fall, A Song for the Sea, and currently working on the sequel to The Offering (the second novel in The Book of Clans series), The White Doe, Caitlin likes practicing her answers to the “Inside the Actor’s Studio” Questionnaire, having imaginary gun fights, coming up with offensive metaphors, and talking about herself in the third person.

She lives in Northern Massachusetts where she’s busy rearing the greatest human being to ever live – her daughter, Mebh.



4 thoughts on “For All You Nosy Bastards

  1. Caitlin—I like your style. Read any poetry from Massachusetts lately? I offer you two sources: BY THE MIGHTY MUMFORD (my blog) and OUR POETRY CORNER (run by my friend Ron Dubour, where I started my blogging). Ron hails frome East Longmeadow, and me from Douglas.

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