Biblio 411: Scandal In Skibbereen (County Cork, #2)

Genres: mystery Author: Sheila Connolly Release Date: February 4th, 2014 Publisher: Berkely Series: County Cork, #2 Read: July 2014 The Hook: Missing art, Ireland, mystery This is such a good series! I know I’ve taken a while to review this book here on my blog, but see here for my reasons (not excuses) and cut me some slack, please. Ms. Connolly […]

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 […]

BookJunkie 411: Buried in a Bog (County Cork, #1) by Shelia Connolly

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 […]

Wise Words: What’s coming will come …

Because sometimes I think we get caught up in the “what if”s. We want to be as prepared as we can be. We want to anticipate every move. But I think there comes a point when you’re prepared as much as you can be and you just need to trust yourself to get you through whatever’s […]

Random 411: Lazy days

With 20 minutes to publish this post to continue my track record, I struggled with what to write about. I did nothing but watch some TV and read. It’s been a few weeks since I had a chance to relax my mind like that. And then when I decided what I wanted to write about, […]

Biblio 411: Dead of Winter (Arcana Chronicles #3) by Kresley Cole

Genres: fantasy Yep. I finished it. My heart is still racing, still aching, and I still feel like shouting to the moon. Yep. It was that kind of book. The story picks up a few days after the ending of Endless Knight (which I reviewed here) and it’s right in the middle of an action scene. Evie […]