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Potato, a Book Cat

Darkkin

Lioness of Spoons
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This Ibbington Triceratops. A coworker made him for me and he is the newest guardian of my book hoard.
 

Darkkin

Lioness of Spoons
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Two pretty, new books. Hum and Swish in particular is a book that will resonate with introverts and autistics. When you are working on a thing, but have no plan...and you know you are done when you are done.
 

Aspychata

Serenity waves, beachy vibes
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Your kittie has a voracious reading habit. Her monthly expenditures for books must be quite high. She is obviously purrecocious.
 

Darkkin

Lioness of Spoons
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I'm just wondering, where did you get the name Rue? It reminds me of "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" by Poe.

Rue's full name is Rugby. But as a puppy he had a perpetually rueful expression on his face, I started calling him Rue and it stuck. So he is Rue Dog. Call him Rugby and he knews he's in trouble.
 

Darkkin

Lioness of Spoons
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My bookshelves probably have the weirdest combinations of subjects to be found in a personal library. Sci fi/fantasy, historical fiction, an entire subset of the Regency genre in my romance novels, romance, mystery/thrillers, paranormal, poetry, children's literature, mythology, folklore, archaeology, paleontology, ancient history, nature, true crime, psychology, medicine, trivia, young adult fiction, picture books, art, graphic novels, a little manga. Heck, I even have books on the science and history of food.
 

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