Award winning author,Siggy Buckley, is a former English teacher, whose life took an unexpected turn when her husband, a CPA, opted out of the rat race in Germany and made his family emigrate to Ireland to become organic farmers.
Her new life only produced a crop of misgivings and the breakup of her marriage. Single again, she reinvented herself, launched a dating service in Dublin. Remarried, she now lives and writes in Florida. She is a member of the National League of American Pen Women where her new novel "I once had a Farm in Ireland" won 2nd prize in the Letters category of Adult Non-Fiction Novel in 2015.
About the book:
Cherie, a 40-something divorcée from Dublin, Ireland, is on the rebound, looking for a soul mate the second time round. Love @ first click is intoxicating. Have laptop ─ can travel! However it takes two to tango. Many a Mr. Right turns out only to be Mr. Right Now. Even her background as the owner of a dating agency doesn't prepare her for the characters she meets. She learns the hard way that it's easy come, uneasy go, in this online candy store of adult romantic dreams. Her story is an intriguing read and at times a raunchy ride around the world. With insight and humor, Siggy Buckley tells the sassy story of a woman's quest for a second chance in life, finding that our today's mate selection rituals have become a lot more complicated than kissing a few frogs. In this edition, Siggy has added a brand new appendix packed with dating tips and invaluable information for online daters, based on her expertise as a dating counselor and her experiences as an internet dating pioneer.
Siggy's previous life on an organic farm is depicted on her blog "I once had a farm in Ireland" www.Inandoutofireland.blogspot.com. Her latest project is an eBook on Home Swapping . She recently appeared on NPR with Melissa Ross' First Coast Connect on Home Swapping and her book on dating. She had numerous interviews on blog radio as a dating expert. For more of her writings, see her hub: www.SiggyBuckley.blogspot.com.