Dec 31, 2018

Mailbox Monday: The Last of the Year

Two books arrived in the mail, one for a book tour by the publisher.

The Feed
The Feed
The Feed by Nick Clark Windo
Published March 13, 2018, William Morrow
Genre: sci-fi, fantasy
About: what could happen if technology should suddenly disappear or not be available.

In Dog We Trust (Black Dog Bay #5)
In Dog We Trust
In Dog We Trust by Beth Kendrick
Publication: January 8, 2019, Berkley
Genre; fiction
Setting: Black Dog Bay, Delaware
About: "When Jocelyn Hillier is named legal guardian for the late Mr. Allardyce's pack of pedigreed Labrador retrievers, her world is flipped upside down."

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bermudaonion said...

In Dog We Trust looks adorable!

Kathy Martin said...

The Feed sounds intriguing. Come see my week here. Happy reading and happy New Year!

Suko said...

Harvee, I'm behind in my blogging, due to travel and the holidays, but am attempting to catch up. I've even posted an end-of-the-year meme on my blog.

The dog book catches my fancy!

Have a wonderful New Year's! :)

Elizabeth said...

Happy 2019 Reading!!

Happy New Year!!

Sue Jackson said...

Oooh...The Feed sounds intriguing! Enjoy both!


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pussreboots said...

Enjoy your books. Happy New Year. My last update for the year

Laura at Library of Clean Reads said...

Both your books look good. And who can resist those cute dogs on that second book cover.

Girl Who Reads said...

In Dog We Trust looks cute, but is it sad? I'm always worried about books featuring animals because I usually wind up crying. See what I read at Girl Who Reads

Martha Eskuchen said...

I like both of these. I was eying In Dog We Trust at NetGalley.
Happy New Year and Happy Reading!

Harvee said...

Donna H, no, it's not one of those sad dog stories. You can read and expect a happy ending!

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