|Nationality and residence:||Irish resident in Dublin, Ireland.|
|Born:||1981 September 30 in Dublin, Ireland.|
|Cecelia Ahern's Pseudonyms|
|Cecelia Ahern||Real name used to sign contemporany novels (2004-Present).|
Cecelia Ahern, born 30 September 1981 in Dublin, Ireland, where she continues to live, is the daughter of current Irish Taoiseach Bertie Ahern. Cecelia has an older sister, Georgina Ahern, whose husband is Nicky Byrne of Irish popgroup Westlife. In 2000 she was part of the Irish pop group Shimma, who came 3rd in the Irish national final for the Eurovision Song Contest.
Cecelia has a degree in journalism and media communications from Griffith College Dublin.
When she was twenty-one, her first novel PS, I Love You reached number 1 bestseller status in Ireland (for 19 weeks), the United Kingdom, USA, Germany and Holland. She has also contributed to charity books with short stories such as Irish Girls are Back in Town and Ladies' Night. Her second book, Where Rainbows End (U.S. Rosie Dunne) won the German CORINE Award. She reaped great success with her three published novels, and has also contributed a number of short stories to various anthologies.
- PS, I Love You(2004)
- Where Rainbows End, (2005) (titled Rosie Dunne / Love, Rosie in the U.S.A.)
- If You Could See Me Now (2005) (titled A Silver Lining in the U.S.A)
- Mrs. Whippy (2006)
- A Place Called Here (2006) (titled There's no place like Here in the U.S.A.)
- Thanks for the Memories (2008)
- The Gift (2008)
- Next Stop: Table For Two in "Short and Sweet", (2005)
- 24 Minutes in "Moments", (2004)
- The Calling in "Irish Girls Are Back In Town", (2005)
- The End in "Girls' Night In / Ladies' Night", (2006)