This week’s schedule held up better than I expected. And that one will be back a bit closer to the publication date.
There’s an actual nip in the air here in Atlanta. It actually feels like “fall” enough to start wearing long sleeves. It’s lovely. But speaking of fall, the leaves are falling like rain – or like the leaves in the videogame Ghost of Tsushima. George actually watched Galen play – so did I, the game is gorgeous – but George was more interested in the leaves falling in the game than the action. He tried to catch them – not very successfully. His efforts did not help the gameplay one bit, as the leaping cat tended to block the screen at the worst times!
So here’s a picture of George leaf-peeping in real life. He can’t catch them through the window, but he’s absolutely fascinated watching them fall!
A Review: Nothing but Blackened Teeth by Cassandra Khaw
B Review: Along the Saltwise Sea by Seanan McGuire writing as A. Deborah Baker
B Review: The Hacker by Anna Hackett
A Review: Scandal in Babylon by Barbara Hambly
A- Review: The Route of Ice and Salt by José Luis Zárate
Stacking the Shelves (466)
Coming This Week:
A Line to Kill by Anthony Horowitz (review)
Fan Fiction by Brent Spiner (audio review)
Sisters of the Great War by Suzanne Feldman (blog tour review)
Insurrection by Nina Croft (review)
Flowers for the Sea by Zin E. Rocklyn (audio review)