There’s a terrible old joke about being on a seafood diet. You know the one, “I see food and I eat it”. The kitty in the picture may be the only one who can get away with it–or the only one who looks cute while saying it, anyway.
I think there should be the biblioholic’s version of that joke. “I see books and I want to read them!” It doesn’t make nearly as good of a pun, but it probably explains the tiny meeping I hear from my iPad as it complains about all those books I stuff into it.
Maybe I’m just hearing things.
What’s stacking your shelves this week?
For Review: (As always, everything is an ebook unless specifically stated otherwise.)
Wolfishly Yours (Westfield Wolves #6) by Lydia Dare
The Map of the Sky (Trilogía Victoriana #2) by Felix J. Palma
Dark Soul: The Complete Collection by Aleksandr Voinov
The Reluctant Amazon (Alliance of the Amazons #1) by Sandy James
Broken Promises (Seasons of Invention) by J.K. Coi
Blue Nebula (Blue Universe #2) by Diane Dooley
Making Sense (Sensual Healing #2) by Serenity Woods
Haunted Sanctuary (Green Pines #1) by Moira Rogers
King of the Damned (League of Guardians #2) by Juliana Stone
A Lack of Temperance by Anna Loan-Wilsey
The Buzzard Table (Deborah Knott #18) by Margaret Maron
Stranded by Anne Bishop, Anthony Francis and James Alan Gardner
Forbidden (The World of the Nightwalkers #1) by Jacquelyn Frank
This Case is Gonna Kill Me by Phillipa Bornikova
The Moonstone and Miss Jones (Phaeton Black, Paranormal Investigator #2) by Jillian Stone
Lucifer’s Daughter (Princess of Hell #1) by Eve Langlais
Once Bitten, Forever Burned by Eve Langlais and Stacey Kennedy (free!)
A Map of Time (Trilogía Victoriana #1) by Felix J. Palma (print)