Stacking the Shelves (285)

Stacking the Shelves

Even for me, as much as I love seeing new books, the last two weeks’ lists were more than a bit over the top. As in, if they were print books a person would need a ladder to see over the top of the stack!

This week’s list is just a tad more reasonable looking, at least in comparison.

But speaking of unreasonable, Fredinator T Cat has decided that the kitchen is not decorated to suit his tastes, so he’s “helping” in the way that cats do by pulling up the floor. We’re going to be leaving them alone next week and we’re afraid – very, very afraid – that Freddie will have made entirely too much progress on his “project” while we’re away. Lucifer is just not doing his job as “senior cat” by keeping the happy idiot occupied.

Life with cats. C’est la vie.

For Review:
Away (Folk #1) by Meg Benjamin
Blood Orbit (Gattis Files #1) by K.R. Richardson
The Deepest Grave (Crispin Guest #11) by Jeri Westerson
The Light Over London by Julia Kelly
Pinnacle City by Matt Carter & Fiona J.R. Titchenell
Season of Wonder (Haven Point #9) by RaeAnne Thayne
There There by Tommy Orange
Tiffany Blues by M.J. Rose
We Are Where the Nightmares Go and Other Stories by C.Robert Cargill
Warlight by Michael Ondaatje

7 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (285)

  1. I’ve always wanted to read something by RaeAnne Thayne. I love the cover for Tiffany Blues! Enjoy your stack!

    Ah, yes. Cats can be destructive. When I rescued a stray. it took her over a year to realize that she wasn’t going to starve to death overnight. She would climb into the cupboards and rip open anything she could, like oatmeal or ramen noodles or spaghetti. She didn’t care. She was a dumpster cat and used to eating whatever she could, even gloves, to put something in her belly. We had to put everything edible into Rubbermaid containers and child-proof locks on the cupboards, but she still would find a way! Darn cats!! Are they worth it? Yeah, they are 🙂 Now, she’s mellowed out and knows this is her forever home and there is always food!

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