Remember Me?

ISBN: 978-0-620-366648-6

“Where is John? Did he intend to desert her?” These are the questions that haunt the narrator of this story as the date for her husband’s return from a walk-about in Australia passes without him making any contact.

Who Do You Belong To?

ISBN: 978-0-620-47034-6

Continues the story of Mary’s search for her missing husband—and of her sudden, shocking encounter with him, fourteen years after his disappearance. The unexpected success of Mary’s first book changed her life irreversibly, setting in motion a new journey of triumphant discovery. Who Do You Belong To? takes us along with her as she travels the world, crafting an exuberantly independent life radiant with curiosity, promise, and fulfilment.

Green Are the Hills Far Away

Kathleen O’Toole and Paddy O’Connell, both from Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo, married in 1947. Kathleen’s childhood as “the red one on the hill” had earned her countless beatings from her teacher-nuns and her widowed mother; but her spirit survived undaunted. With Paddy, Kathleen found genuine happiness—and against the medical odds, gave birth to Kathryn and Mary.

A few months before her death in 1988, Kathleen wrote a short memoir. It painted a vivid picture of Ballinrobe in the 1920s; the Irish experience in England during WWII; and life as an RAF wife, including two postings to Cyprus. The memoir, which she called Green Are the Hills Far Away, took the form of a letter to her daughters. This book is an unabashed account of a bold, spirited life lived to the full.

Life Choices – Navigating Difficult Paths

ISBN: 978-0-620-47034-6

We all have challenges in our lives. Sometimes we don’t see them coming. Sometimes we invite them in. Some are bigger than others. Sometimes they come one right behind the other. Sometimes they show up all at once. Sometimes we have to make a choice in how we deal with these challenges.

Life Choices – Navigating Difficult Paths

ISBN: 978-0-620-47034-6

Successful people make themselves successful. They have goals, dreams, desires, wants, needs and passion. The more you can imagine achieving your goals, the greater the likelihood of success. People with passion have a sense of purpose and meaning. They are achieving their goals.

Twenty-six co-authors from around the world have come together to bring you insight and wisdom that will help you discover new possibilities and take you to new levels of success.


Hear what others say

“I heard your interview last night on BBC Radio 5, I think your attitude and what you have been through is a true inspiration. I am ordering your book now!”

Katie S.

”You should had left much earlier. After six months at the most….”

Sylvia A.

“I loved your book. I kept reading and reading till I finished. Really enjoyed it well done Mary. Cant wait for your next book”


“You’re a Saint Mary! Thoroughly enjoyed your book and can’t wait for a follow-up book with some happy moments for you to share with us.”

Therese (Australia)

“Just finished your book. A Great Read. What a Wally John is…..”

M. Siobhan

”I've just heard your story on Radio Scotland with Kay Adams and I've just ordered your book can't wait to read it.”


“May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind always be at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face, and rains fall soft upon your fields. And until we meet again, May God hold you in the palm of His hand”


“Mary, your story is such an inspiration ….”

Mary Monaghan you inspire me

“What an inspiring story.”

Andrea K.
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