'That'll do Bic, that'll do' - Cecelia Ahern celebrates finishing her latest novel with glass of wine in her local
What better way to finish writing your latest novel than with a glass of white wine on a Friday evening.
Irish author Cecelia Ahern is celebrating another book being sent to the publishers this weekend as she relaxes in the surroundings of Gibney’s Pub in Malahide, north County Dublin.
“And the tradition continues...,” she captioned a photo of her crystal wine-filled glass in front of her.
The novelist also shared a poignant photo of the words ‘The End’ written on a piece of paper which she captioned, “That’ll do Bic, that’ll do.”
The daughter of former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern, she is also a mum-of-two to Robin (5) and Sonny (nearly two) and keeps her Twitter followers up-to-date with her daily musings.
“Today my daughter gave me ideas to write at work: 1. The Tree What Had No Leaves 2. The Pig What Had No Mud 3. The Horse What Had No Hair,” she wrote online last week.
She may be looking forward to a chilled-out weekend, but Cecelia will have to remember to update her Twitter biography which reads, ‘Author of ten novels. Creator of TV shows’.
Cecelia, who has been writing fiction for more than a decade, wrote her first novel ‘PS. I Love You' at the age of 21.
The book was later adapted to the big screen starring Hilary Swank and Gerard Butler and was released in 2007.
Ahern’s latest book ‘How To Fall In Love’ was released in Ireland and the UK yesterday.