Those who've read my blog for a while know by now I love a good mystery, especially those that aren’t easily explained. I happened upon this story while searching for another Mystery Monday post and found it intriguing. In 1942, the United States was still reeling from the attack on Pearl Harbor. The outcome of … Continue reading Ghost Blimp #MysteryMonday
If you've followed this blog for a while, it's no secret I enjoy learning about legends and folklore. Not only that, I've always been fascinated by Native American culture. Recently, I came across a review for Iron Lake by fellow author Judi Lynn. The book contained elements I enjoy - mystery and suspense, plus the … Continue reading Book Review: Iron Lake by William Kent Krueger
Hey, everyone. It's Tuesday and time for another book review. Occasionally you "stumble" upon a good book by accident. Such was the case for me with The Guilty Husband. Blurb It only takes one lie to destroy a marriage. THE PERFECT HUSBAND… Vince Taylor has everything he could dream of. He’s the CEO of a … Continue reading Book Review: The Guilty Husband by Stephanie DeCarolis
Hey, everyone. Welcome to the seventh in a series of posts about the names of full moons. If you missed the other posts of the series, you can click the following links. The Wolf Moon (January)The Snow Moon (February)The Worm Moon (March)The Pink Moon (April) The Flower Moon (May)The Strawberry Moon (June) A full moon … Continue reading July – Thunder Moon
Hey, everyone. Time for another book review Tuesday. Today I'm sharing my reviews of three recent reads. The first by an author I've read before, the others by "new to me" authors, although one of them is quite popular. Because of the length of this post, I'm skipping the blurbs. I guess you could call … Continue reading Book Reviews: The Edge of Fear @MauraBeth2014, Twelve Years Gone – K J Kalis, Survive The Night – Riley Sager
Hey, everyone. My Mystery Monday posts have been sparse this year, and now that the book tours for House of Sorrow and Cold Dark Night are over, I thought it was a good time to revise this monthly series. Last Sunday was Independence Day, and America celebrated its two hundred forty-fifth birthday. Since the official … Continue reading US Presidents #MysteryMonday
Hey, everyone. For those of you in the US, I hope you enjoyed the long weekend. Welcome to the first Tuesday of July. I'm plugging right along with my TBR list, and today I have three reviews. All three books are written by Texas authors, and two of them are set in Texas. The first … Continue reading Book Reviews: #Texas Authors @JanSikes3 @WHVenema
The "official" day was yesterday, but this is a Monday holiday here in America. Whether you're attending a parade, having a barbecue, going to a fireworks show, or just staying home, I hope you enjoy the day. After a long hiatus, Mystery Monday will return next week (and it's related to July 4.) I'll be … Continue reading Happy Birthday, America!