D is for Dog

D is for Dog

Yes, I obviously staged the photo, Scrappy doesn’t actually take naps hugging my books, but it’s still cute. Besides, in addition to dog, D is for delivered, a good way to list the books that were delivered to my house or Kindle last month. And they all look good, I can’t wait to read them.

  • Sacré Bleu by Christopher Moore (from William Morrow)
  • Parents Need to Eat Too by Debbie Koenig (Won from Jen at Devourer of Books. Thanks!)
  • The Shape of Water by Andrea Camilleri (Purchased)
  • Winged Obsession by Jessica Speart (from William Morrow)
  • The Thirteen by Susie Maloney (from William Morrow)
  • I, Iago by Nicole Galland (from William Morrow)
  • Blue Eyes by Jerome Charyn (From Tribute Books for blog tour)
  • Sidney Sheldon’s Angel of the Dark by Tilly Bagshaw (from William Morrow)
  • Nevermore by William Hjortsberg (From Open Road Media)
  • The Godwulf Manuscript by Rober B. Parker (Purchased)

The A-Z Challenge is hosted at its own blog.

Mailbox Monday, even though I’m a little late, is hosted this month by Cindy at Cindy’s Love of Books.


  1. My D post was about my dogs too… and so was my J post… and I’m sure there will be more before the month is out. 🙂 I love the staged photo, since I staged a photo of my dog with a book, although I made it look like she chewed it up. It was almost painful to tear that book up, even though it was one I didn’t like at all.

    Wishing you continued success with the A to Z challenge,

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