The Sunday Post AKA What’s on my (Mostly Virtual) Nightstand 8-8-21

At least this week I’m attempting to plan ahead. I’m reading a really long book that I really, really want to read, but it’s not due out for a couple of months so I can’t post the review for a while. So this is a week of mostly short books to make up for all the time I’m spending with this other book. If any of that makes sense. Sometimes books just call my name and I HAVE to read them to stop the little voice shouting “READ ME!!!) from driving me any more bananas than I already am.

Here’s George in his favorite place, the stairs! It’s the perfect position to keep his eye on the front door AND my office door. While he can’t SEE Galen’s office he can certainly hear if Galen leaves his office AND he forms a perfect kitty pediment to ensure that if Galen comes down the stairs he’ll have to acknowledge George’s presence – or trip over him as George takes up an entire stair tread when he wants to – as he usually does.

It is obviously very important to George that he keeps an eye or an ear or both on EVERYTHING!

Blog Recap:

A Review: Paper and Blood by Kevin Hearne
A- Review: What the Cat Dragged In by Miranda James
A- Review: The Godstone by Violette Malan
B Review: Clark and Division by Naomi Hirahara
A Review: Mother of All by Jenna Glass
Stacking the Shelves (456)

Coming This Week:

Over the Woodward Wall by A. Deborah Baker (review)
The Bookseller’s Secret by Michelle Gable (blog tour review)
After Alice Fell by Kim Taylor Blakemore (review)
Wait For It by Jenn McKinlay (review)
In the Watchful City by S. Qiouyi Lu (review)

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