Biblio 411: Buried in a Bog (County Cork, #1)

Genres: mystery Author: Shelia Connolly Release Date: February 5th, 2013 Series: County Cork, #1 Publisher: Penguin Group The Hook: Honoring a last wish, Ireland, mystery I really enjoyed this book. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I skimmed through the story line on the back cover. All I know is that Ireland and mystery intrigued me and add to […]

TV Addict: Sleepy Hollow does Tarot Cards …

Not! Spoiler Alert: There are spoilers. You’ve been warned. S2x13 – “Pittura Infamante” Okay, so I’m a couple of episodes behind in Sleepy Hollow, but there’s been a few other life happenings that’s keeping me from TV. But, I did see the Hanged Man episode. I have to admit, when Katrina mentioned the Hanged Man […]

Challenge 411: Month of Letters 2015

For those of you who aren’t aware, a Month of Letters is a challenge to write a letter every day for the month of February. Feel free to read more about it here. I first read about this challenge last February and by the time I did, we were already 8 days in. While I […]

Wise Words: What box …

When I first saw this quote, a few years back, I wasn’t sure what to make of it and I’m still not quite sure what to make of it. I understand it’s dealing with limitations and placing that boundary on yourself, so get rid of it. But … well, okay. Maybe it is that simple […]

Educational Pursuits: Language Learning

So … Last fall I had some left over school funds and decided to spend it on Rosetta Stone’s Italian. I’ve always wanted to learn a language and after trying to grab the free stuff from the library, some other small fee materials (the ones that cost around $25-$50), and then asking around and researching other […]

Movie 411: Movie series and stuff

Well, I’ve done a Top 5 list for Chick Flicks, here, and I’ve done a Top 5 for Action Flicks, here, and I think it’s about time for another list of things. Let’s go with movie series. I think I better define series. So, to me a movie series is when the franchise has two […]

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