Not many books this week, so there’s plenty of room for a kitty picture. I’ve titled this one “warm lap” because it’s true for multiple definitions. Both George and Freddie are in my lap, making it very, very, VERY warm. It’s also warmly affectionate, as they are cuddled together and both cuddling with me. And it’s the season where warmth is becoming more desirable as it’s getting a bit chilly. Not terribly so, but just enough that the warmth of two cats on my lap was rather welcome – at least until my knees started complaining.
I may not have gotten may books this week, but I did get some interesting ones, including one that I’ve been looking forward to since I finished the previous book in the series. That would be What the Devil Knows, the 16th book in the atmospheric and marvelously suspenseful Sebastian St. Cyr series.
Even with a shorter stack this week, it still feels like “So many books, so little time!”
Books Promiscuously Read by Heather Cass White
Fortress of Magi (Chronicles of Amicae #3) by Mirah Bolender
The Little Sleep (Mark Genevich #1) by Paul Tremblay
Malice by Heather Walter
Mother May I by Joshlyn Jackson
A Thousand Ships by Natalie Haynes
Ties that Tether by Jane Igharo
What the Devil Knows (Sebastian St. Cyr #16) by C.S. Harris