Stacking the Shelves (416)

Stacking the Shelves

Today is Halloween, so Happy Halloween for 2020. And tonight we turn the clocks back, so Happy Return to Standard Time – which I wish we didn’t. Election Day in the U.S. is this Tuesday, November 3. If you have not already voted, please make a plan to do to. If you have a mail-in ballot you haven’t mailed in yet, it’s too late to actually mail it in, but it is not too late to drop your ballot into your county’s official dropbox. Vote like your life depends on it, because it just might.

Sometimes everything going on makes it hard to concentrate on reading. Other days, it makes we want to dive into a good book SO HARD and not come out for a week – or a month. So I got more books this week. Of course. This week’s list looks like a lot of books that take place elsewhere or elsewhen or just else. Sounds good to me!

For Review:
The Abduction of Pretty Penny (Daughter of Sherlock Holmes #5) by Leonard Goldberg
The Councillor by E.J. Beaton
An Extravagant Death (Charles Lenox #14) by Charles Finch
Find Me in Havana by Serena Burdick
In Five Years by Rebecca Serle
The Last Bookshop in London by Madeline Martin
The Paris Dressmaker by Kristy Cambron
The Path to Sunshine Cove by RaeAnne Thayne
A Psalm for the Wild-Built (Monk & Robot #1) by Becky Chambers
Robot Artists and Black Swans by Bruce Sterling
The Water Rituals (Trilogy of the White City #2) by Eva García Sáenz

Purchased from Amazon/Audible:
After the Crown (Indranan War #2) by K.B. Wagers
Behind the Throne (Indranan War #1) by K.B. Wagers
Beyond the Empire (Indranan War #3) by K.B. Wagers
New Girl in the City (Age is Just a Number #2) by Rebel Carter