Biblio 411: An Early Wake (County Cork, #3)

Genres: mystery Author: Sheila Connolly Release Date: February 3rd, 2015 Publisher: Berkely Read: February 5th, 2015 The Hook: Irish music, Maura + Sean possibilities, wondering what the Sullivan’s crew and the entire Cork County has been up to, Ireland, and mystery! I just finished it (as of Feb 5th) and I’m bummed, as always, that I have to wait a […]

Table Talk 411: Reviewing reviews and stuff

I enjoy a good review. Before deciding to add more movie and book reviews to the cloud, I would do an Internet search on the movie or book I was interested in and browse the reviews. GoodReads was my go-to for books and IMDb was my go-to for movies. I like reviews because they seem […]

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 […]

Movie 411: Pitch Perfect

Genres: comedy, love stories Directed by: Jason Moore Screenplay by: Kay Cannon Novel by: Mickey Rapkin Rated: PG-13 Plot summary: All Becca (Anna Kendrick) wants to do is produce music, but her father, a professor at Barden University, wants her to get a college education. After making a deal with her, that she participate in […]

The 411 on “I’ve Got Your Number”

Genres: love stories I’ve Got Your Number is the second book I’ve picked up by Sophie Kinsella, but it’s the first book I’ve read. And after reading it, it has made me reconsider the first book I picked up (Shopaholic was the first and I just couldn’t get into it … rarely happens, but it […]