Linkity returns! Now with even weirder links than usual!

Oh, hello there! Hope everyone continues to be pandemic fine, at the very least?! I am now fully vaccinated and the two weeks have passed. I’ve been “celebrating” by having a few long-delayed routine medical appointments… And I got my hair cut! It was past my shoulder blades – now it skims my shoulders.

Reading Update
Not everything, but some of what I’ve been reading…
Across the Green Grass Fields (Wayward Children, #6)Across the Green Fields (Wayward Children #6) by Seanan McGuire. Not related to the school at all, but still good. I just wish these had a bit more closure.
The Secret Chapter (The Invisible Library, #6)The Secret Chapter and The Dark Archive (The Invisible Library, #7)The Dark Archive (The Invisible Library 6-7) by Genevieve Cogman. Pretty solid in 6 and then WTF at the ending of 7.
The Last Smile in Sunder CityThe Last Smile in Sunder City and Dead Man in a Ditch (The Fetch Phillips Archives, #2)Dead Man in a Ditch (The Fetch Phillips Archives 1-2) by Luke Elliot Arnold. Good but tragic – these are mysteries set in a world which has lost its magic, which really messed up creatures that relied on magic to live, such as vampires, unicorns, etc.

Harry has very short, sleek fur. Polly’s fur is a bit longer. They both love the windows!

The look of resignation on Mayhem’s face (plus the side-eye she’s giving Harry), compared to the FOCUS on Harry’s face…

4 thoughts on “Linkity returns! Now with even weirder links than usual!”

  1. Glad to see you again. From all that hair on the floor, you must have looked like Rapunzel.

    I love Mayhem’s expression. All the cats are lovely!

  2. Yup yup, the bookshop cat is perfect.

    Thanks for the library ebook link. That reminds me that I need to (a) signal boost again, (b) be careful about checking out ebooks, and (c) donate to my local library.

    I love the housecat meowing article! That’s so cool. And your kitties look happy in the sun! 😀

    I… am not sure what to think of those blueberry cookies. Something tells me I must try making them. They’re just so distinctive!

    Lastly, thank you for highlighting why In An Absent Dream is probably my favorite of the Wayward Children books. None of the series have terribly concrete endings, but since IAAD is a flashback novel, I already knew what the ending to that story was going to be. And so it didn’t come with the same sense of vague “what happens next” that I’m usually left with. (Though don’t get me wrong, I still love the series.)
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