Travel, biography and adventure are among the Sinn F\u00e9in MEP\u2019s main literary interests. Litir \u00f3 mo Mh\u00e1thair Altrama AUTHOR: Fionnt\u00e1n de Br\u00fan It\u2019s a series of short stories but it\u2019s stories that draw on the everyday life but with quirks in them.  It\u2019s actually quite funny.  I\u2019ve spoken to him as he has become better known.  People used to ask him: \u201cWas he related to me?\u201d and now people ask me: \u201cAm I related to him?\u201d  They\u2019re great stories. Living Your  Yoga AUTHOR: Judith Lasater I do yoga and have done yoga for years.  It\u2019s looking at the importance of yoga in your life and the impact it can have on your quality of life but also acknowledging that many people, including myself, use yoga as a series of practices which you do either on a daily or weekly basis.  \u2018Living Your Yoga\u2019 is how to extend that right into your whole life and how you work your approach to your lifestyle. Lord of the Rings AUTHOR: JRR Tolkien A great read.  A great story.  Strong characters, both a sense of adventure and a sense of what we all want to see.  The good guys win out in the end.  It\u2019s that sense of having a vision of where you want to get to, what you want to achieve, and the fact that these people band together and achieve it. Children of the Far-Flung AUTHOR: Geraldine Cusack It\u2019s a marvellous story of her and her siblings growing up in an Irish-American family in the Bronx, and the considerable achievements that she went on to make, and their travels to Ireland and further afield.  Her sister went on to found Focus Theatre in Dublin and to marry the Dubliners singer Luke Kelly.  She lived for a time in Africa.  She lived and worked for a time on a North American reservation.  She now works in the inner city in Dublin.  It\u2019s just a great story of the family and the way they grew up, their experiences as Irish-Americans, their international vision, the work that they\u2019ve done, their achievements and also their links to famous people. Cathracha i gC\u00f3ngar is i gC\u00e9in AUTHOR: Eoghan \u00d3 N\u00e9ill He has travelled very, very extensively.  A lot of it\u2019s in Europe and beyond. Cathracha i gC\u00f3ngar is i gC\u00e9in means \u2018Cities Near and Far\u2019, and it\u2019s a travel book but a travel book that talks about his experiences in the city: how he lives the city.  You\u2019ve Riga, you\u2019ve Lisbon, you\u2019ve Belfast, Brussels.  It\u2019s just a really great way of putting down his experiences.  He goes off for periods of time into these cities and then comes back and then goes away again.  It\u2019s very exciting, both when it\u2019s cities that I recognise and that I know to see how my experience of them fits in with his experience of them, but also the flavour of cities that I\u2019m less familiar with.