It’s been an eventful week. Not as productive as it might have been on the blog front, but c’est la vie. Also c’est la view as I originally typed. We closed on the house on Friday, so now the fun begins. We’ll probably move around the end of July, as there’s a few things that need to be taken care of before we move in. We need to get the place that the dryer plugs into fixed before we can plug in a dryer. Also we need a dryer – and a washer. Lots of little things like that but nothing major and nothing else that prevents us from moving in. Before Worldcon in mid-August.
We moved so often, and we had our original clowder of cats for so long, that they all understood what it meant when the boxes started appearing everywhere. Freddie and Lucifer have no clue what’s about to upset their world – but they are going to love the giant catio in the new house!
A Review: Night Fall by Simon R. Green
B+ Review: The Dark Side of the Road by Simon R. Green
Fourth of July 2018
A- Review: Mycroft Holmes by Kareen Abdul-Jabbar and Anna Waterhouse
B+ Review: Trapped by Kevin Hearne
Stacking the Shelves (295)
Coming Next Week:
Trial on Mount Koya by Susan Spann (blog tour review)
Imperator by Anna Hackett (review)
Between You and Me by Susan Wiggs (blog tour review)
When We Found Home by Susan Mallery (blog tour review)
Hunting the Truth by Beate and Serge Klarsfeld (review)