Sinead Fitzgibbon

Sinead Fitzgibbon

Sinead Fitzgibbon graduated from university with a degree in Economics, before leaving her native Ireland to work in investment banking in Sydney for six years. She returned to the UK in 2007 to pursue her writing career. She has always loved history, literature and art – and spends most weekends browsing London’s multitude of museums, art galleries and bookshops. Favourite author: Virginia WoolfFavourite book: Mrs DallowayFavourite artist: CaravaggioFavourite place: Victoria & Albert MuseumFavourite food: ChocolateFavourite quote: "You might be poor, your shoes might be broken, but your mind is a palace." - Frank Mc Court, Angela's Ashes

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