The A-Z Blogging Challenge- N

Hi everyone! We are participating in The A-Z Blogging Challenge and we are up to the letter N. Back in 2016, I wrote about Norton the cat, an adorable Scottish Fold that traveled to Paris with his owner. To read about him, click here. 

This year for N, I have Night of the Furies by the late Roby Sweet. This is the fourth book in the series. There is one more, but I haven’t read it yet because I know that is the last one. Sadly, Roby Sweet passed away in 2018. I love her mystery series that features a very intelligent feline, Miss Cuddlywumps.

I wrote about the first book back in 2017, click here. 

And the second one in 2018, click here. 

And the third one, I didn’t review on here, but I did love it.

 

 

We are joining Sammy’s Poetry Day. Here is my poem based on the photo provided by Pam:

Two little tots having fun

outside, playing in the sun.
No, you haven’t had too much to drink
those are really pandas -wink, wink.

And here are the Friendly Fill-Ins for tomorrow. I came up with the first two and my co-host  Lorianne of Four-Legged Furballs came up with the second two.

1. I can’t wait for ________________________ to reopen after the quarantine.
2. I am in no hurry for ___________________________ to reopen after the quarantine.
3. These days, _________ is my default mood.
4. Have I ever told you _________?

 

57 comments

  1. Awww, those pandas are SO cute! Your poem too!

    Emmy sure likes to read:)

    1. Thank you 🙂 Emmy is one of my reading partners, she snoozes on my legs when I read on the bed. XO

  2. I have only read the first two books and should get the others.
    The two little pandas are having great fun.

  3. 1. I can’t wait for sports to reopen after the quarantine.
    2. I am in no hurry for liquor stores to reopen after the quarantine.
    3. These days, “wandering around the house” is my default mood.
    4. Have I ever told you that Iza loved home-baked bread crusts? I suddenly realized today that I didn’t have to hide my bread anymore.

    1. Thank you for these great answers. Apparently our liquor stores are essential because they haven’t closed. I am sorry you are wandering around the house, I know you miss your sweet girl. I remember you writing about her going for the bread.

  4. Pandas ALWAYS seem to have fun don’t they! We thought this was a truly adorable photo of them playing – it would be fun to see this in “video form” !! Thanks for being poetic with us every week. We didn’t read any of Roby Sweet’s books but maybe we should – they look fun.

    Hugs to all of you from all of us
    Love, Teddy

  5. I have heard of Roby Sweet but not sure where, maybe right here. I will have to check on these books. Those pandas crack me up and your poem did too!!!!! It’s good to laugh this morning. The Fill-Ins are interesting for tomorrow!

  6. Love the Pandas. Those books do sound like good ones. Have to get those. Have a great day.

  7. Ohhh Night of the Furries…that titles grabs me from the beginning
    Great poem
    Hugs cecilia

  8. That sounds like a good one, furries usually are good! That was a cute poem too. Thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

  9. It’s so sad that Miss Roby passed away. We so enjoyed her blog. Thanks for sharing these books today.

  10. I have Gether’s “The Cat Who Went to Paris” too, but I didn’t know about the other books that the author wrote; I’ll keep an eye out for them!

  11. We’ve never read any of Roby’s books but might try them. We loved your poem.

    The Florida Furkids

  12. Cute poem:) I’ll have a look for that series, sounds good. I really enjoy mysteries with felines in them too.

  13. I’ve learned about a lot of kitty books during this A to Z challenge. Love the pandas. So cute.

    I’m passing on the fill-ins this week. I can’t wrap my mind around any one of the four. Sorry.

    Have a fabulous Thankful Thursday. Big hug to you and lots of scritches to the kitties. ♥

  14. Wouldn’t it be fun to see pandas like that playing outside in our yard too? Pandas are very interesting creatures.

    Woos, Lightning and Timber

  15. MOL…your poem is very cute, miss Ellen😸Clean Pawkisses for a Happy Thursday. Stay Safe Healthy and Yourselfie🙏🐾😽💞

  16. Love the sound of the furries book; love the panda poem; and more importantly, I have now read your book I Am Not A Skunk and I love it! My little nephews are going to love it, I’m sure. I will show it to them when all this lockdown business is over. Stay safe. Stay strong.
    Not So Sweet Toffee

  17. We have all Roby’s books and are saving the last one too. She had one almost ready to publish just before she died…maybe like “Go Set a Watchman” that one will get printed eventually.

  18. I was so lucky to get to meet Roby at the last BlogPaws conference, and so sad when she passed. I never did read her books though; I really need to do that.

    I haven’t been able to re-subscribe to your blog! The first time I tried I got an error message, now just nothing happens! So I’ll probably be more behind on my reading than normal, since I have to rely on my memory to come over! LOL

    1. You were lucky to meet her, I wish I had gotten to. Sorry you couldn’t resubscribe. I need to figure out what is going on.

  19. I miss Roby and her wonderful stories so much 🙁 Still hard to believe she’s gone.

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