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Tiger Paws Junior’s Stories



It’s funny reading Facebook news feeds. So many of my friends in our generation are giving up their degrees and chosen fields that they went to at 17 and are actually doing what they love. There may not have been jobs when they graduated or they just didn’t like it as much as they thought they might but they have gone down different paths.

Sure it’s harder and sure they are struggling…but they all seem to be happier too. When I chose Law at 17 I knew it was my back up degree to singing and acting. I just wanted a good plan in case singing and acting didn’t work. I worked in Holmes O’Malley Sexton for six months under Robert Kennedy after Trinity and didn’t like the practice of it. It didn’t suit me, it was too immoral and I struggled being the bad guy. But, funnily enough, now Robert and the team at HOMS have just helped me set up my first business.

I am happy to announce that Tiger Paws Junior’s Stories is now a LTD company and I am it’s editor. We have a seriously great team of freelance writers including Brix, Rand, Nathan, Anje, Kendall, Ben, Viv, Ho, Dave, Michi and Arthur Lanigan O’Keeffe so it feels like the last four years has been worth it and I am very proud of it.

We try to keep everything short, positive, simple and original with no advertising clogging up there feed. It’s supposed to be free of bad news which the media love to give us these days. I dunno what we’ll sell yet but I’m thinking hardcopy magazine coming out in March 2016. Thanks for reading really. It’s really good tough work but it’s great fuckin craic too.

All the Best from Tipperary, B

Published by Tiger Paws Junior

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