Stacking the Shelves (460)

For those in the U.S., Labor Day is on Monday and for many people it’s a 3-day weekend. That’s always worth a YAY, especially since I prep these posts on FriYAY. Here at Chez Reading Reality, it makes for a nice long weekend to read a bunch of books, write up a bunch of stuff, and generally sit in places where the cats can use one or both of us as mattresses for their mid-morning and mid-afternoon naps!

I’ll be spending at least a bit of time looking for safe places to store my new walking shoes. I like my shoes to fit, and George likes to eat shoelaces. Our goals are not aligned! So, my nearby bookshelves are serving double-duty as bookcases and safe shoe racks. Wish me luck!

For Review:
Age of Ash (Kithamar Trilogy #1) by Daniel Abraham
All the Horses of Iceland by Sarah Tolmie
The Brightest Star in Paris by Diana Biller
Duke, Actually by Jenny Holiday
Fevered Star (Between Earth and Sky #2) by Rebecca Roanhorse
A Game of Fear (Inspector Ian Rutledge #24) by Charles Todd
The Haunting of Leigh Harker by Darcy Coates
The Ice Coven by Max Seeck
The Killing Hills by Chris Offutt
King of Eon (Eon Warriors #9) by Anna Hackett
The Seamstress of New Orleans by Diane C. McPhail
Sherlock Holmes & the Singular Affair by M.K. Wiseman
Sisters of the Forsaken Stars (Sisters of St. Rita #2) by Lina Rather
A Swift and Savage Tide (Kit Brightling #2) by Chloe Neill
Witch, Please (Fix-It Witches #1) by Ann Aguirre (audio)

Purchased from Amazon/Audible:
Sisters of the Vast Black (Sisters of St. Rita #1) by Lina Rather

Borrowed from the Library:
Pack Up the Moon by Kristan Higgins

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8 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (460)

    1. *waves!* Hannah,

      I hadn’t realised you’d returnt to blogging this Summer! If you read my previous Sunday Post I shared in August, you’ll see how much this Summer was a hard-won kind of season for me. I looked back over January-June and realised that despite the difficulties I’ve had reading this year, I’ve still found stories illuminating my life with joy and I have to be kinder to myself overall. Hence why I wrote another Sunday Post this weekend which focuses on July & August as well as a purview on my September reads.

      I’ll be visiting your blog this week… I just was on it a moment ago and love how you’ve arranged it. Welcome back!!! Sorry I didn’t find you sooner,…
      Jorie recently posted..#TheSundayPost X | After August, a renewed appreciation for Austen and the return of #Mythothon in my life!My Profile

    2. So far, shelving my new shoes with my books is working successfully. And I have EXTRA SHOELACES for my inevitable loss. I see that you’re back reading, so if you’re looking for some terrific fantasy Black Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse, the first book in the series that includes Fevered Star (above) was EXCELLENT!
      Marlene Harris recently posted..Stacking the Shelves (461)My Profile

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