Stacking the Shelves (182)

Stacking the Shelves

Seven is the sweet spot for the graph, or at least one of them. So when Rhys Ford contacted me this morning with the eARC of the next Sinners book, I knew my Saturday post was set. Also that my weekend was booked. Because I can never resist dropping everything to read one of her books, even if I can’t post the review for a month, or in this case, TWO months. There are some authors that I just drop everything for. Rhys is one. Robin D. Owens is another, Anna Hackett is a third. I loved Lost in Barbarian Space and I was so glad that I could post the review reasonably close to right away. And I have a Robin Owens book this week too. It’s a GREAT week.

I was also very happy to hear from both Rhys and Anna that their series aren’t quite done yet. Anna tweeted that there are probably three more books in the Phoenix Adventures before she wraps it up. There are still a few members of the family who need to get their HEAs. And Rhys let me know that there will be one more Sinners book after Absinthe of Malice. That story isn’t quite done yet, and I can’t wait to find out in exactly what way.

For Review:
Absinthe of Malice (Sinners #5) by Rhys Ford
The Fifty-Year Mission : The Next 25 Years by Edward Gross & Mark A. Altman
The Geek Feminist Revolution by Kameron Hurley

Purchased from Amazon:
A Different Kind of Forever by Dee Ernst
The Fifty-Year Mission: The First 25 Years by Edward Gross & Mark A. Altman
Lost Heart (Celta’s Heartmates) by Robin D. Owens
Star Trek: The Lost Photographs by CBS Watch


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