Stacking the Shelves (445)

It’s Friday afternoon as I prep this post. I didn’t sleep all that well last night, so I crashed for a bit this afternoon. My brain is refusing to kickstart, to the point where I’m reminded of the old videogame Gauntlet, which frequently reminded players who were low on energy that “Wizard needs food badly”. I’m feeling like there’s a narrator voice inside my head saying, “Sorceress needs CAFFEINE badly” at high volume, and that it’s the only thing keeping me awake.

That and the caffeinated tea I’m drinking, of course.

For Review:
Ascension (Elliot Kane #2) by Oliver Harris
Bacchanal by Veronica G. Henry
The Cartographer’s Secret by Tea Cooper
The Fields by Erin Young
Finlay Donovan is Killing It by Elle Cosimano
A Fire in the Night by Christopher Swann
A Flood of Posies by Tiffany Meuret
For the Love of Friends by Sara Goodman Confino
The Girl in His Shadow by Audrey Blake
The Goddess of Filth by V. Castro
Harlem Shuffle by Colson Whitehead
How to Find Your Way in the Dark (Sheldon Horowitz #1) by Derek B Miller
The Importance of Being Wanton (Wantons of Waverton #2) by Christi Caldwell
Jade Legacy (Green Bone Saga #3) by Fonda Lee
The Library of the Dead (Edinburgh Nights #1) by T.L. Huchu (audio)
Light Chaser by Peter F. Hamilton and Gareth L. Powell
Olive Bright, Pigeoneer by Stephanie Graves
Ridgeline by Michael Punke
Shards of Earth (Final Architects #1) by Adrian Tchaikovsky
Stealing from Mr. Rich (Billionaire Heists #1) by Anna Hackett
A Still and Awful Red by Michael Howarth
Wait For It by Jenn McKinlay
Where They Wait by Scott Carson

Borrowed from the Library:
All Girls by Emily Layden
A Court of Silver Flames (Court of Thorns and Roses #5) by Sarah J. Maas
A Court of Thorns and Roses (Court of Thorns and Roses #1) by Sarah J. Maas
Murder Ink (Writer for Hire #1) by Betty Hechtman
Take it Back by Kia Abdullah

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