Well, this was a weird week. I didn’t give anything away and no one won anything. This must be the summer doldrums.
I also hashed the schedule at the last minute. I usually read at both lunch and dinner. One of my favorite things about leaving home for college was that I could read at the table if I wanted to. And I still want to. But a friend came to town to visit, and I missed out on my Wednesday and Thursday meal-time reading sessions, so Friday’s original book didn’t get finished. But I’m halfway through so it will reappear this week.
And I have a guest review scheduled on Friday from Amy, my favorite (and most reliable) guest reviewer. A Heinlein review is apropos for this coming weekend, because we will be at WorldCon in Kansas City. I expect Heinlein’s name to be invoked in multiple contexts, most notably, the blood drive that is always conducted at Worldcons in his honor.
B+ Review: The Bluebonnet Betrayal by Marty Wingate
A- Review: Hell Squad: Finn by Anna Hackett
A Review: Family Tree by Susan Wiggs
A- Review: The Third Rule of Ten by Gay Hendricks and Tinker Lindsay
A- Guest Review: The MasterHarper of Pern by Anne McCaffrey
Stacking the Shelves (197)
Coming Next Week:
The Crepes of Wrath by Sarah Fox (blog tour review)
Fire Brand by Diana Palmer (blog tour review)
Lord of the Darkwood by Lian Hearn (review)
A Maiden Weeping by Jeri Westerson (review)
I Will Fear No Evil by Robert Heinlein (guest review)