Out now: “Murder at an Irish Christmas” by Carlene O’Connor

Apologies for the interruption of regularly scheduled programming, but I have to tell you that Murder at an Irish Christmas, the newest Irish Village Mystery, is out now! I had such a pleasure reviewing this ARC, because Carlene O'Connor does such an awesome job of showing Ireland's little towns and beautiful seaside ruggedness. I also … Continue reading Out now: “Murder at an Irish Christmas” by Carlene O’Connor

ARC Review: “Murder at an Irish Christmas,” by Carlene O’Connor

Ho ho ho, merry... September? While I am unsure of the timing in publishing Carlene O'Connor's sixth Irish Village Mystery book, Murder at an Irish Christmas (due to be published this October), I don't mind at all because I love this series so much! Thank you, Netgalley and Kensington Books for this awesome opportunity! From … Continue reading ARC Review: “Murder at an Irish Christmas,” by Carlene O’Connor

Book Review: “The Guest List,” by Lucy Foley

Happy Friday! Man, it feels good to say that. What a week. However, the one awesome thing about this week was getting a copy of┬áThe Guest List in the mail from my secondhand book online shop, Better World Books, which donates a book to an underprivileged community every time you buy a book, and has … Continue reading Book Review: “The Guest List,” by Lucy Foley

“Last Days of Magic” or, why we shouldn’t buy books for their covers.

Last Days of Magic is a fantastic epic of that acts like a factual telling of how magic left the world. (Personally, I'd like to believe it to be true. you may say I'm a dreamer...) It tells the story of the Sidhe, who are the magical beings descended from Nephilim, and their interaction with … Continue reading “Last Days of Magic” or, why we shouldn’t buy books for their covers.