New edition of Ordinary Miracles from Áccent Press

It only takes ordinary miracles to change your life.

Ordinary Miracles new edition 2007 Click to view on Amazon

Jasmine Smith: forty next month and not ready for it; married to a man she likes and not prepared to give up on love; smothered by life’s mundanity, and yet drawn towards its mystery. She wants the sort of love that makes her feel more alive, she wants wild sex in stalled lifts with film stars. She wants something else….
Jasmine Smith is in desperate need of a miracle. And with the help of an adventurous school friend, a man called Charlie and a pig called Rosie she is about to find one.
A sharp, funny, moving novel and an exhilarating invitation to step out of quiet desperation and re-discover the magic in life and in love.

ISBN 1905170645 / 9781905170647 price £6.99 February 2007

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see the Press Release from Áccent Press (PDF file)


‘Wonderfully dry…I really enjoyed it.’ Catherine Alliott

‘Beautiful, tender and funny, written with great perception…a remarkable novel.’
Katie Fforde

‘The belly-laugh being a rare enough commodity on this planet, this promises to be one
of my favourite novels of the year…very very funny.’ In Dublin

‘Funny, heartwarming and special.’ Marian Keyes

‘Grace Wynne-Jones writes up a storm of wit in her first novel…a fine
new writer.’ RTE GUIDE

‘Ordinary Miracles has that rare combination of depth, honesty and
wit…and all of this backed by a deliciously soft, gentle and loving
humour…If you try one new author, try Grace Wynne-Jones.’ OK MAGAZINE

‘She has an assured style and a wonderful insight into the separated
lady’s lot…I couldn’t put it down. I literally read it from cover to
Muriel Bolger, ‘No Jacket Required’ RTE RADIO ONE

‘A delight of love, laughs and starting again…which is very far from
ordinary.’ Yvonne Roberts

‘Ordinary Miracles is about relationships and love and sex and a little
bit of guilt. Jasmine is a worried and witty heroine…an engagingly
high-spirited and perceptive debut.’ THE IRISH INDEPENDENT

‘Wynne-Jones’s sense of humour and the self-mockery of her heroine makes it both funny

‘I really enjoyed it.’ Shakti Gawain, bestselling author of ‘Creative Visualisation’

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2 Responses

  1. William McCleery says:

    Looking through the website and your books, have you done an autobiography on your life. I know the rectory at Ballyorgan, my mother came from there, Steepe. I have spent many a holiday in Glenosheen, although I live in Durban. I am too old to travel now but enjoy reading the history of the area. I will contact Kil.Cosh. Hist. Soc re their journal No. 4
    I know Canon Manning and the last rector, Brian Snow.
    Bill McCleery.

  2. Dear Bill,

    Many thanks for your message.The rectory at Ballyorgan was a very nice place to live in…a lovely big house in beautiful countryside. And the local shop sold marshmallow mice. I really liked them when I was a little girl. We left Ballyorgan when I was very young and moved to another rectory in rural Co. Limerick. No I haven’t written an autobiograpy…not yet anyway! However I have written autiobiographical articles and ‘personal’ radio scripts.

    I visited Durban many years ago. It seemed like a lovely place and very sunny!

    Warm wishes,


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