Interview Time

Check out this great interview that we did with our twitter buddy, James T Kelly. We answer all the questions you could ever have been wondering about us (or not, perhaps you want to know our favourite food or colour or the shampoo we use to wash our hair…we don’t answer that,  it would have been slightly creepy….sorry…. but just comment and we will tell you!! 😛 )

If you get a chance why not check out James on twitter, @realjtk, he’s always up for a great chat! 😀

7 thoughts on “Interview Time

  1. Loved the interview with the insights given (see – hopefully eventually approved – comment on the post at James T. Kelly’s blog) and as I already know your favourite brand of tea I have no further questions. 😉 – (Goodness, the Irish have the best tea, anyways!)

    Thank you for all the inspiration!

    1. Vielen danke Stefanie for taking the time to comment both here and at James’ blog!! You’re so good! Funny you should mention Beatrix Potter, I absolutely adored her books when I was younger as well (my favourites were Squirrel Nutkin and Peter Rabbit!)
      We do love our tea, there’s always an upsurge in packages in the post offices this time of year. They have to ship numerous boxes of Barry’s and Lyon’s tea to Irish people who are living in different places all around the world! 😀
      Hope the upcoming festivities and holiday is a fantastic one for you! R

      1. Hi Ridley!

        It was fun to read the interview so you are very welcome on the comments. – By the way: I just got “Legend Unleashed” – the paperback version, today and am looking forward to read it. I am so excited that you published your book!

        I took conciously notice of Beatrix Potter through the movie with Renée Zellweger when I accedentally stumbled over the DVD and bought it without knowing it. My intuition was right in that as I recognized some of the paintings and the kind of art she did – when I look at my old children books I can see that Miss Potter must have inspired people all over the world. And I love how she took a stand for following her heart and her own way!

        I didn’t try Lyon’s tea when we stayed in Ireland (although the commercial always gave me a good laugh) but my Partner and I brought a big package of Berry’s home and some Bewley’s Dublin Morning tea. The latter is also available in an English store, here in Hamburg. My favourite is still the Bewley’s Gold Blend – which we order directly from there. – You see, not only the Irish are fond of Irish tea. 😀

        Nollaig Shona agus Bhliain Nua Sásta duit agus Latimer – frohe Weihnachten und ein glückliches neues Jahr für Dich und Latimer!

        1. Go raibh milé maith agat, Stefanie!!! Agus tá gaeilge go h-iontach ar fad agat!! 😀 Thank you so much for your wonderful wishes, both in Irish and German, not to mention getting our book, we really really appreciate the support. Also, really hope you like it too!! Let us know what you think, even if it ends up not being your cup of tea exactly 😀 And if you ever run out of Irish tea, or what to try some of the good stuff (Lyons!! Haha) Let me know, i’ll send some over to you both! 🙂 A little Irish care package.
          Herzlichen Dank, Stefanie! Ein gesegnetes Weihnachtsfest für Dich, und zum neuen Jahr Gesundheit, Glück und viel Erfolg! 🙂 R.

          1. Tá tú fáilte romhat!

            I only was able to catch a few phrases in Éire – but fortunately there is Google translator to help me learning. Writing still seems a bit easier than speaking Irish I admit (and I am missing the Gaeilge Channel to listen to the language).

            I will give you a feedback on the book – an honest one. It is lying on my desk, right now, and I have a good feeling that I will like it. Yet I have to finish another book, first, so please bear with me. 😉
            (As a little treat in between for my inner child I will also enjoy The Tales of Peter Rabbit which I just ordered – finally.)

            Go raibh milé maith agat für die lieben Weihnachtsgrüße and for offering to send a care package from the “Land of Green” – I might come back to that at some point!


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