Better Late Than Never : “Stubb & Leski’s Catsmas”

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Such is the life of a jobbing freelance critic that I sometimes don’t get around to things in a timely manner, so my sincere apologies to cartoonist Kriota Willberg for not reviewing her late-2019 (and, it should be added, self-published) mini Stubb & Leski’s Catsmas during the holiday season, which would have made a lot more sense than doing so in February. In my (admittedly tepid) defense, one only has so many hours in a day and the stack of books I “owe” a review to is fairly large, but still — I feel bad for not being more “Johnny on the spot” with this one.

The good news, however, is that this is such an utterly unforced and charming little book in its own singular way that it reads well at any time of the year, and you should avail yourself of the opportunity to just that as soon…

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One response to “Better Late Than Never : “Stubb & Leski’s Catsmas”

  1. Pingback: Lisa’s Week In Review: 2/10/20 — 2/16/20 | Through the Shattered Lens

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