Sunday, October 20, 2013

Cat's Meow Mailbox #6

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)

Last week on Mochas, Mysteries and More:
* Interview with Barbara Jean Coast, Author of Strangled by Silk
* Spooktacular Giveaway Hop
* Debunking 7 Common Myths About Feral Cats
* Truffles Interviews...Mistress Penny from Fixed by L.A. Kornetsky
* Truffles' Halloween Art by Zoolatry
* Book Review: Poisoned Prose by Ellery Adams
My Favorite Romantic Gestures by Caroline Fardig, Author of It's Just a Little Crush

  Photo: Available now from Amazon 

For Review:
Photo: Coming soon! My new and first book in the series (don't worry I'm still working on the Dessert First series too!) "A Deadly Fall"! I'll be giving away several copies of ARC's so if you're interested please comment below.

Thank you, Kensington Books!
The Arnifour Affair



Unknown said...

Enjoy all the new books. Love the Christmas ones too.

Jenea @ Books Live Forever's Sunday Post

Jenni & Bobby said...

Ooh, some of those Christmas books look like fun!

Come October, I'm in the mood for holiday books! Hot Chocolate, mittens, mysteries, and love. YUM! :)

Jenni @booksandbabes

Bea said...

So many Christmas books! Happy reading :)

Greg said...

Nice post on feral cats, thanks for sharing it. Good to get that message out. And I love the cover of Leger's Eyes- now THAT's a Halloweenish cover. :)

Anonymous said...

Nice picks! I'm a big-time Laura Levine fan! The Christmassy books look like a lot of fun too!

Vilia said...

Your feral cat post was interesting. My kittens were rescued when they were really young so they escaped the cycle and could be re-homed. I don't think they realise just how lucky they are. I don't recognise most of the books on your haul list but I have read a few of the early Laura Levine Jaine Austen novels which were fun. I hope you enjoy all those books. Here's my Sunday Post

PDX pride said...

Thank you for buying Three Feral Kittens! I'll have to check out the Leger books. That looks like a series I would like. I'll also check out the Dogs of War one. Have a great week!

Lark @ The Bookwyrm's Hoard said...

Killing Cupid looks fun -- I just requested it! Enjoy your new books. Hound of the Baskervilles would be excellent Halloween reading!