Today is Father’s Day. I still miss mine, even after 30 years. If yours is still around, and your relationship is halfway good, it’s a day for a visit or a phone call. If yours isn’t still around, or if your relationship isn’t, it’s a day for reflection – or however you deal with that loss whether it’s through death or otherwise.
Now back to our regularly scheduled discussions of books and cats. Speaking of which, here’s a picture of both. Folks often mention that my Stacking the Shelves posts are quite huge, or the stacks are VERY tall, or put it some other way that makes it clear that people wonder how it happens. The picture above illustrates how. This is one week of UPS deliveries and I have to believe that the UPS person HATES me. George T. Cat included for scale – and giggles.
A- Review: Shiftless by TA Moore + Excerpt + Giveaway
A Review: The Summer of No Attachments by Lori Foster
Dad-O-Mite Giveaway Hop
C Review: Reality and Other Stories by John Lanchester
B- Review: Inside Man by K.J. Parker
Stacking the Shelves (449)
Coming This Week:
The Witness for the Dead by Katherine Addison (review)
The Abduction of Pretty Penny by Leonard Goldberg (review)
Blackmailing Mr. Bossman by Anna Hackett (review)
White Top by M.L. Buchman (review)
Someone to Cherish by Mary Balogh (review)