I hope all the USians reading this had a terrific July 4th! We’re in a new neighborhood, so didn’t know how long – or how many days – the fireworks would be “bursting in air” here. The answer turns out to be one night and only one night – which is fine. We’ve lived plenty of places where it goes on all week – and it stops being remotely fun after midnight on the first night.
This was also Hecate’s first Independence Day, and it doesn’t seem like the noise bothered her much – nor does it seem to matter much to either Freddie or Lucifer. Which is good.
Speaking of Lucifer – or a Lucifer, sorta/kinda, we finished watching Good Omens over the weekend – and it was marvelous. If you love the book – watch the series. And if you’ve never read the book – watch the series. Oh, just watch it already. I miss Sir Terry. I still have the final book in the Discworld left to read. I just don’t want it to be over. Even though I know it is.
Star Spangled Giveaway Hop
A+ Review: Protect the Prince by Jennifer Estep
B+ Review: The Lady’s Guide to Celestial Mechanics by Olivia Waite + Giveaway
Independence Day 2019
B+ Review: Hunter by Anna Hackett
Stacking the Shelves (347)
Coming This Week:
The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman (blog tour review)
Never Look Back by Alison Gaylin (blog tour review)
Her Other Secret by HelenKay Dimon (blog tour review)
Peach Clobbered by Anna Gerard (blog tour review)
A Beach Wish by Shelly Noble (blog tour review)