I was expecting a short stack this interstitial week between Xmas and New Year’s and that’s certainly what I got. When I had a regular day job where I had to be at work this week I always had grand plans for just how much I was going to get done with so many people out for the holidays. But the reality was that it turned out to be a quiet and relaxing week – even at the office. The lack of new books or cover art for books whose ARCs are already out leads me to believe that scenario still holds true.
Still, I have plenty to read to kick off the new year with, so a short stack is welcome.
Happy Holidays to you and yours and here’s hoping for a safe, happy and healthy New Year for everyone!
A Disappearance in Fiji by Nilima Rao
Evergreen (Japantown Mystery #2) by Naomi Hirahara
A Likely Story by Leigh McMullan Abramson
Purchased from Amazon/Audible:
The Cloud Roads (Books of the Raksura #1) by Martha Wells
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I hope that you enjoy Cloud Roads. The Raksura series is one of my all time favourites.
Nothing wrong with a short stack at all! Happy New Year! I hope you have a fabulous weekend!
Cindy Davis recently posted..Stacking the Shelves #54, Sunday Post #51, Sunday Salon #45
Ooh Cloud Roads sounds fascinating – enjoy! and Happy New Year!
Cassie recently posted..Stacking The Shelves #4
ooo you have some pretty eye-catching covers there! I’m glad it’s been a relaxing week for you. Some of the girls from my old job said it’s been hectic there, so it’s nice to hear the week hasn’t been very stressful for you.
Take care x
Amy @ A Novel Start recently posted..Stacking the Shelves 7: Christmas Haul
Evergreen looks really good. I hope you enjoy all of these! Have a Happy New Year!
Literary Feline recently posted..Weekly Mews: Long List of New TBR Additions (Thanks, Santa!)
Happy New Year!
Yvonne @ Socrates Book Reviews recently posted..The Weekend Review – December 31st-January 2nd
That is a short stack for you. But I understand having other books as backup. I will never catch up, but I keep getting more.
Mark recently posted..Happy New Year 2023! (A Sunday/Monday Post)
I always have grand plans that change. Happy New Year!! 🙂
Meezan recently posted..Sunday Post 12
I personally prefer quiet holidays. Christmas can be stressful enough with buying gifts, wrapping them, and then shipping them off. So it’s nice to just sit back and relax. This year we did KFC for Christmas which is an Okinawan tradition. So we got together with our friends and ate KFC and watched holiday movies.
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