Sheila O’Flanagan nominated for the publicly-voted Irish Book Awards.

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ALL FOR YOU by Sheila O'Flanagan has been nominated for the Eason's Irish Popular Fiction Book of the Year, which is one of the nine categories in the Irish Book Awards and one in which the public vote plays a large part. The winner is decided from a combination of the public's and the Irish Literary Academy's votes. To cast your vote please click here.

This category celebrates Irish popular fiction, and previous winners include Marian Keyes and Ross O'Carroll-Kelly. The other nominees are Emma Hannigan, Sinead Moriarty, Cecilia Ahern, Ross O'Carroll-Kelly and Patricia Scanlan. The winner will be announced at the Awards Dinner on 17 November.

ALL FOR YOU went straight to No 1 in the Irish Bestseller lists its first week on sale and Sheila's previous book STAND BY ME was also a chart-topper in the paperback bestsellers chart this year.

Praise for ALL FOR YOU:

'O'Flanagan has unleashed a fire-breathing specimen straight out of the age of Germaine Greer in... ALL FOR YOU... Her characters evolve convincingly and you begin to understand why they do the things they do... you start to realise that ALL FOR YOU is actually a nuanced study of modern woman and the pressures they face in their lives, from the "handicap of beauty" to balancing a career with the desire to find a partner... O'Flanagan's latest offering deserves its place on the bestseller list - it entertains, surprises and provokes.' -- The Independent, Ireland