Is Your Name Aisling? Here’s How You Could Nab The New Aisling Book For Free

Thursday is Aisling Day!

It’s no secret that we adore Aisling, the beloved character from the minds of bestselling authors Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen.

We laughed and cried through the first two books, and now, the third instalment in the series is coming this Thursday, September 12 – a day which will henceforth be known as Aisling Day.

A gang of real-life Aisos came together this week to celebrate Once, Twice, Three Times an Aisling, sporting their anoraks and ‘shumpers’:

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Check out this behind-the-scenes video from Sunday when 10 Aislings gathered to celebrate the launch of #AislingDay. Aisling Day marks the publication of Once, Twice Three Times an Aisling, the much-anticipated third instalment of Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen’s phenomenal bestselling series chronicling Aisling, the beloved small-town girl living in a notions world. 🥳 Follow the link in our bio to find out everything you need to know about #AislingDay, including how you could win a free copy of the new book. 🥳 Our wonderful “real life” Aislings hailed from all over the country, and were recruited through social media. Thanks to each and every Aisling who took part! 🥳 #AislingDay #OMGWACA #OMGWACA3 @emerthescreamer @sarahjaybee

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Are you also an Aisling? Well, to mark the book’s release, publisher Gill Books is offering a free copy to the first fifty people named Aisling who come to Easons on O’Connell Street between 12-2pm on Thursday.

Eligible Aislings will also receive copies of the first two books, along with a Complete Aisling tote bag and smelly candle. What’s more, authors Emer and Sarah will be on hand to sign books from 12-1pm. They’re really spoiling ye.

All spelling variations of Aisling will be accepted, but it’s essential to bring your photo ID. If you are a true Aisling you obviously carry it with you everywhere anyway, because you never know when you might need it. Happy Aisling Day to all Aislings, both in name and in spirit!


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