Faith Hogan is an Irish award-winning and bestselling author and writes contemporary women’s fiction for Aria. Her books, The Place We Call Home, What Happened to Us, The Girl I used to Know, My Husband’s Wives and Secrets We Keep are known to be uplifting and inspirational and have featured as Book Club Favourites, Net Galley Hot Reads and Summer Must Reads.
Faith’s latest book, The Place We Call Home was published in January 2020 tells the story of Corrigan family. Read about the Corrigans, their home in the heart-stopping Irish countryside and discover the secrets held by Miranda, Ada Callie and Simon in Faith Hogan’s latest book about love, loss and finding yourself.
If that didn’t keep her busy enough, Faith also pens crime novels as Geraldine Hogan. These novels, Why She Ran and Her Sister’s Bones, are published by Bookouture.
Faith gained an Honours Degree in English Literature and Psychology from Dublin City University and a Postgraduate Degree from University College, Galway. She’s also worked as a fashion model, organizing events as well as working in intellectual disability and the mental health sector.
She lives in the west of Ireland with her husband, four children and a their Labrador, Penny and is in the process of writing her next novel. As well as spending time writing novels, Faith also loves reading and walking her dog, and although it’s not her favourite pastime, she also jogs.
You can watch Faith talk about her love of Ireland, writing and her books, from 15th February in the MyVLF Theatre.