jamesmcshane

General details


  • jamesmcshane

  • Dublin, Ireland

  • James McShane

  • Dublin Business School. I'm studying for a degree in journalism.


  • English

In short

  • Student Union President of the Dublin College of Catering, Cathal Brugha St., Dublin 1989-1990. Made friends, lost them, then made them again.

    My only other claim to fame is being associated with some of the finest, funniest and sincerest people I've ever come across. And they're all here on WEbook.

    Unfortunately, due to the demands on my time by outside forces (life and stuff), I feel I have to decline further invitations to poetry projects. In all fairness, I'm not really that qualified anyway. I apologise in advance.

    Thank you all sincerely.

My Favorites: Reading and Writing

  • "His Dark Materials", by Philip Pullman; "The Stand" and "It", by Stephen King; and anything by Stephen Donaldson. I'm also a big fan of most crime thrillers and anything from that genre.
  • The novels and short stories of Dashiell Hammett, including "The Maltese Falcon" and "The Thin Man."

    On WEbook:
    "Five" and "Six" by RikScott.
    "A Game of Risk" and "The Sorbet Guy" by ArtemisX5.
    "Prelude to Magic" by Amber_Hearne
    "The Kingdom of the Seven Towers" by Tigerprincess.
    "Blue Rinse and Common Sense" by lisaflint.
  • My apartment
  • 'The Dark Crusade of Robinson Stone." A comic thriller featuring a sardonic anti-hero.

    'Immature Recollections." Blogs about a mature student in journalism school.

    And coming soon to WEbook: "Confiteor" -- a political thriller set within the world of organised religion.
  • Fiction: Crime, Mystery

    Non-Fiction: Memoir/Narrative Non-fiction, True Crime

  • Jack Reacher, as created by Lee Childs

    Robinson Stone, as created by me.
  • Too numerous to mention, but I've lost patience with James Patterson. Loving Jeff Lindsay's "Dexter" books.

    Rik, Melissa, Jan, MJ Heiser, Rebecca Grey, Wenniepoo, Big Daddy Cash, GranisGrazin, Artemis XV, bufoxx, essexian and others too numerous to mention.