ICYMI, today is New Year’s Day of 2023. (The holidays do have a tendency to sneak up on me, but by the time we get to this one it’s a bit hard to miss!)
Also a bit sad, as we look back on the year that was while also perhaps not looking forward to going back to the daily grind either tomorrow or Tuesday – depending on how fortunate you are in your work/holiday arrangements. The holiday weeks always provided a bit of a break for me, even if I had to work the days in between. But January 2 was usually a sharp shock, back to the grind, often in weather that blew big winter winds and vibes, and no break in sight from either for a while.
Here’s hoping that we’ll all have a happy, healthy, safe, sane and prosperous New Year!
And here’s Lucifer, looking just a bit disgruntled. It’s the companion picture to last week, when he was looking on with displeasure as all the beds on top of Galen’s dresser were filled with other cats. We put one up just for him on my dresser – it’s even heated to help his old bones! – and Luna jumped in first. (We have since put up yet a fourth cat bed which has finally ended the disgruntlement as Hecate prefers sleeping downstairs.)
Boxing Day 2022 and the detection of tsunamis (Guest post by Galen)
A- Review: The Gingerbread Cat by Stephanie Osborn
A- Review: The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches by Sangu Mandanna
B Review: The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake
Best Books of 2022
Stacking the Shelves (529)
Coming This Week:
New Year’s Day (Belated Guest Post by Galen)
Most Anticipated Books for 2023
Sleep No More by Jayne Ann Krentz (review)
Courting Dragons by Jeri Westerson (review)
Breaking the Circle by M.J. Trow (review)