Sunday, November 10, 2013

Cat's Meow Mailbox #9









Cat's Meow Mailbox is inspired by the great weekly recap book memes (Mailbox Monday, Waiting On Wednesday, It’s Monday! What are you reading? and Sunday Post)







It was such a fun week with the debut of my blog's Christmas makeover and the Ho-Ho-Ho Read-a-thon Christmas Truffles' Creative Writing Challenge. I'm am so looking forward to the upcoming holidays! This week I also received an invitation to join a Cat Books group on Facebook and already received some review requests so I'm really excited for the opportunities there as well.

Last week on Mochas, Mysteries and More:
* Ho-Ho-Ho Read-a-thon Goals
* #HillsPet Gourmet Menu for Your Cat
* Truffles Interviews...Gnarly from Lauren Carr's Mac Faraday Mysteries
* Christmas Truffles' Creative Writing Challenge
* Got Holiday Icing?
Book Review: The Case of the Shrieking Ghost (A Kitza & Petey Cats Mystery) by Kate Townsend O'Keefe

Bought:
 Killer Crust (Pizza Lover's Mystery Series #5) All Fudged Up The Fatal Funnel Cake (Fresh-Baked Mystery Series #8) The Twelve Clues of Christmas  Goodbye Mr. Zig Dark Witch (Cousins O'Dwyer Trilogy Series #1)

For Review:
I'd Rather Be a Cat: The Official 'Better Than Dogs' Cat Book Cat Confessions Little Gift Book
Cover for 'Kiwi in Cat City' Cover for 'Kiwi and the Missing Magic' Cover for 'Kiwi and the Living Nightmare' Cover for 'Kiwi and the Serpent of the Isle' Cover for 'Kiwi in the Realm of Ra' Cover for 'Kiwi's Christmas Tail'

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8 comments:

  1. Never heard of the Kiwi series. Any idea if they're any good? By any means, your choice of books is AWESOME, as usual.

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  2. Are those...dog books in that haul? *gasp* :D Enjoy! :)

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  3. You have some delicious looking books! I've been wanting to read Nora's Dark Witch. Enjoy! And here's MY WEEKLY SUNDAY/MONDAY UPDATES

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  4. There are a lot of books there that I've never read. Thanks for sharing. I will have to check them out! :)

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  5. The Twelve Clues of Christmas looks interesting, I think we have the first book or two of that series but I have not read them. The Kiwi books look like a lot of fun too! I think your creative writing challenge for the readathon is a neat idea, I'll bet you get some fun responses!

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  6. You always found some great books. Hard to pick just one. Have a great week.
    Sue B

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  7. Dogs, cats, cozies and romances - a fun selection. happy reading!

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