- He's an author of urban paranormal books (Fame 2)
- He's got an Irish and Scottish background
- He's somewhat into the occult as a part of his writing.
- Geology is a hobby for him.
- He can almost never pass up a damsel in distress.
- He's just a damned good listener.
- Maya - Good friend. Has helped with his book signings and other things. Wish she and her husband well on their journey.
- Dix - I remember the after-Rave.
- Cali - Definitely upper crust. I worry about her image at times.
- Sofia - Interesting young lady. Owe her a story or two.
- Katherine - Lost and gone away.
- Delilah - Once again flown the coop.
- Musaphir - Too quiet sometimes, but good insights. Good Teacher. Will be missed.
- Namid - "Do you make a habit of taking in strays?", she says.
- Jolon - The big guy and a good drinking buddy.
- Tava - A light gone out before her time.
- Kinsey - Firelight, sketches, pasta primavera and that lovely dress.
- Lily - Sushi, green tea ice cream and unicorns.
- Diamond - His Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Puppy
- General: Eirnin writes books revolving around present day descendants of the Tuatha de Danann. They tend to revolve around the fact that the original members of the pantheon were once just mortal men and women who rose to the status of godhood in the Celtic mythos. As with most urban fantasy books, there can be aspects to them that are rather racy and definitely not for younger folks.
- Book 1 - Fae-vored: This book focuses on a male descendant of Brigit. He is an artistic metalworker, named Dillon. He is chosen by the old guard of the Tuatha de Danann to start the new legends for the next pantheon of Irish heroes and heroines. There are those who do not want to see a new rising of the group. The belief is that they are descendants of the Formorians from old history. It is up to Dillon to come to terms with his heritage, survive the trials of the Tuatha de Danann and the attempts on his life by the Formorians in order to do so.
- Book 2 - Fae-mous: This books revolves around Morgan, a young lady descended from Ogma. She is a journalist and author in her own right with a decent amount of fame. The Tuatha de Danann task her with collecting the magical writings of the Druids. Some have been lost, some forgotten and some stolen. Her adventures take her to different places in the globe while she is trying to complete her tasks and keep it out of the spotlight that shines on her life of fame in the mortal world. Towards the end of the book, she crosses paths with Dillon, a foreshadowing for the next tale...Fae-ted.
- Book 3 - Fae-ted: This book starts with the focus on a young lady named Molly, confined to an asylum for multiple issues, including sexual addiction, hearing voices and losing touch with reality. In truth, she is a descendant of the Morrigan, coming to terms with her roles of the aspects of the Morrigan as seer, goddess of fertility and chooser of the slain. Dillon and Morgan are directed to get Molly clear of the asylum, using the knowledge of the Druids to help her gain control of her aspects.