Flight of the Earls (Michael Reynolds)

This is the first book I've read by Michael Reynolds and it leaves me wanting to read the next installment around July 2013. The Flight of the Earls (not the historical event) is a story about one girl's escape from Ireland to America at the outbreak of the potato famine. Relying on her own ambitious … Continue reading Flight of the Earls (Michael Reynolds)


Bourbon lovers . . .

Remember this post about good, small-batch bourbon? Well, it appears that National Review has done a piece on the history of the distillery. It is worth the read to see what small business owners can do to further the economic--and gastronomic--future of America.

Wing Tip (Sherry Boas)

What does a priest do when faced with several startling revelations, all at the time of his mother's death? That is what awaits in this novel by local Phoenix author, Sherry Boas. The novel takes the reader through a short period in the life of Fr. Dante. After receiving a letter from his mother after … Continue reading Wing Tip (Sherry Boas)