Jane Lindskold, who had three books out last year, shared this photo of two of her cats — Mei-ling, the tabby in the box, and Persephone — with one of her newer books, Library of the Sapphire Wind.
Photos of your felines (or whatever you’ve got!) resting on genre works are welcome. Send to mikeglyer (at) cs (dot) com
I read through the two books last year and found them very pleasant reads and would love to read more. My slight criticism was the three human main characters names being very similar so I had to basically memorize which was which instead of organically remembering them. But the world building is really nice and I liked how it got more serious as it went on. I may be crazy but it reminded me of the cozy fantasy of Anne McCaffrey’s Pern books
You have lovely cats, Jane. Mei-ling looks prepared to defend posessession of the box as well as the book, in the face of Persephone’s intrusion. Clearly, they both have excellent taste in reading matter.
I’m sorry, but if the cats are wide awake, they ain’t “sleeping on SF.”
Andrew I. Porter speaking truth to power once again!!
Cider is reading over my shoulder, and says, “Someone clearly hasn’t been paying attention to this feature in a while. Maybe it’s time I sent in my picture again, with one of these new books that have arrived…”
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Andrew, this feature’s title is quite in meaningless in actuality. Cats, dogs, hamsters, lizards, turtles, birds, salamanders… all companions are welcome. Sleeping or not… As long as there’s a genre book in the photo, it’s legit.
And I echo what Lis said. When did you last read this feature? There’s been any number of awake companions here.