Stacking the Shelves (447)

I’m not sure whether the appropriate catch phrase for this month is “June is busting out all over” or “Spring is sprung, Fall is fell, here comes summer and it’s hotter than…last year.”  Both feel like they are equally true, although it’s not so much that June is busting out all over as “It’s June, we’re vaccinated, and people are busting out all over.” Because it is, we are, and we definitely are. It still feels like a treat to just go out and do things and see people everywhere, knowing that whether or not they are vaccinated – although I certainly HOPE they all are – I definitely am. It’s starting to feel “real” that events are happening again.

But that doesn’t mean that I’m not still taking a book or my iPad or at least my iPhone with me wherever I go. There’s always time to READ!

For Review:
All the Feels (Spoiler Alert #2) by Olivia Dade
As the Wicked Watch (Jordan Manning #1) by Tamron Hall
Blind Tiger by Sandra Brown
Child of Light by Terry Brooks
Competitive Grieving by Nora Zelevansky
A Darker Reality (Elena Standish #3) by Anne Perry
Dust Off the Bones by Paul Howarth
Echo by Thomas Olde Heuvelt
The Family Plot by Megan Collins
Heartbreak Incorporated by Alex De Campi
The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles
Look What You Made Me Do by Elaine Murphy
Mordew (Cities of the Weft #1) by Alex Pheby
Murder Under Her Skin (Pentecost and Parker #2) by Stephen Spotswood
Nettle & Bone by T. Kingfisher
Nolyn (Rise and Fall #1) by Michael J. Sullivan
Palm Beach by Mary Adkins
The Return of the Sorceress by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
Scandal in Babylon (Silver Screen #1) by Barbara Hambly
The Shadows of London (Joseph Bridgeman #2) by Nick Jones
Skye Falling by Mia McKenzie
Someone Perfect (Westcott #9) by Mary Balogh
A Wrinkle in Thyme (Pancake House Mystery #8) by Sarah Fox

Purchased from Amazon/Audible:
Home: Habitat, Range, Niche, Territory (Murderbot Diaries #4.5) by Martha Wells

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12 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (447)

  1. I agree- it’s nice to be able to go out and so some things again. I can’t wait to see some live music again, hopefully soon! 🙂

    Look what You Made Me Do look fun!
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