Linkity, now with knitting finished object!

Congrats to Leni, who won SebastianÒ€ℒs Wolves by Valentina Heart!

Congrats to Susan C, who won The Duty of a Beta (Pack Discipline #3) by Kim Dare! The Duty of a Beta will be released by Total-E-Bound on March 7.



  • A book bed! (This is SFW; rest of site is NSFW.)


Learn, Do, Think, Make


  • Speaking of rainbows, I finished this subdued rainbow toddler jacket last weekend (project details on Ravelry, if you’re interested):



Teh Cute

Reading Update
GhosTV (PsyCop, Book 6) by Jordan Castillo Price. ebook Excellent m/m paranormal romantic suspense in which Vic and Jacob head to California to find their friend Lisa, who’s vanished without a trace. Definitely looking forward to the next book! (I read this book twice this week: I read it as soon as I bought it, then I reread all the other PsyCop books and read it again.)
Among the Living (PsyCop, Book 1) by Jordan Castillo Price. ebook. reread. Excellent m/m paranormal romantic suspense about a PsyCop, who can see ghosts even though he really would prefer not to. After I read GhosTV, I needed more Vic and Jacob. πŸ™‚
Thaw (PsyCop, Book 1.1) by Jordan Castillo Price. free ebook short. reread. Sweet short m/m romance about Vic and Jacob going ice skating.
Criss Cross (PsyCop, Book 2) by Jordan Castillo Price. ebook. reread. Very good m/m paranormal romantic suspense that takes place a few weeks after Among the Living. Jacob’s staying with Vic while looking for a new condo, and Vic has a creepily eager-to-please new partner at work.
Striking Sparks (PsyCop, Book 2.1) by Jordan Castillo Price. ebook short. reread. Steamy short m/m encounter about a guy who’s too late to get his palm read by the fortune teller in Crash’s building and runs into Crash instead…
Many Happy Returns (PsyCop, Book 2.2) by Jordan Castillo Price. ebook short. reread. Steamy m/m short about Crash attempting to exchange a shirt at SaverPlus.
Mind Reader (PsyCop, Book 2.3) by Jordan Castillo Price. free ebook short. reread. Good m/m short about Vic and Crash wandering around a museum.
Body and Soul (PsyCop, Book 3) by Jordan Castillo Price. ebook. reread. Very good m/m paranormal romantic suspense in which Vic gets another new partner at work and Jacob continues hunting for an unhaunted place to live.
Stroke of Midnight (PsyCop, Book 3.1) by Jordan Castillo Price. free ebook short. reread. Very good short m/m romance, told from Jacob’s point of view, about him going to a New Year’s party alone because Vic got called into work.
Secrets (PsyCop, Book 4) by Jordan Castillo Price. ebook. Very good paranormal m/m romantic suspense in which Vic and Jacob’s living situation changes dramatically and Vic stumbles upon an epic conspiracy.
Camp Hell (PsyCop, Book 5) by Jordan Castillo Price. ebook. Excellent m/m paranormal romantic suspense in which Vic experiences some personal growth (beyond his paranoia, even!), and both Vic and Jacob have unexpected professional growth.
A Change of Scenery by J.M. Cartwright. ebook. Good m/m romance about a construction project manager who’s frustrated by his job in Chicago, so he takes a job in a small West Virginia town.

*hee hee* “No one will notice I’m sticking my tongue out at them, because I look so noble and dignified!” -Chaos

32 thoughts on “Linkity, now with knitting finished object!”

  1. You’re on a JCP kick! You kind of make me want to go there too… re-read the series. I still haven’t gotten GhosTV but I must, must, must this instant.

    Thanks for the include!

  2. I have both American Gods and Bellwether, but I haven’t been able to finish American Gods yet (it was gritty in a way that left me unsympathetic to the characters). I love Bellweather though. I have a lot of Connie Willis in my library!
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  3. Chris- Am I the only person on the planet who dislikes those Easter cream eggs? They make me nauseous.

    Which is more than anyone needs to know- have a great weekend.
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  4. Great links today! Especially the LOL ones! Clown shoes? WTF?

    Gluten-free Rice Krispies? But still not vegetarian, I’d imagine.

    Oh, and I saw something bright on the post, but it seared my eyes.

  5. I took a picture of my 23-year-old son modeling the sweater I so laboriously created for him and did not notice until I posted the pics to Ravelry that HE was sticking his tongue out. It must be a Boy Thing.
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  6. Re: your ebook reading: One of these things is not like the others… (now I will have that song in my head all day)

  7. Great post today! Cute little cardigan — so colorful.

    Yum! Love those Cadbury eggs — I don’t think it’s good for me to try making them, though. I also LOVE that radiator lolcat. Kylie was in love with the radiator at our old place, and would wrap herself around it and jam herself underneath it as far as possible.

  8. Love the story about the spider in the car. Too funny. Although freaky if your anti-spider and drive a mazda.

    Lovely little sweater, bright and cheery.

    Maybe you should put it on Chaos so he wont’ feel so dignified anymore.

  9. Wow – lots of great links this week!

    LOVE the tampon chandelier – that is hilarious! And the how awesome are your internet friends. So funny.

    Looks like you had an excellent week spent with JCP. Good for you. I love her Psycop series and am anxious to read GhostTV. Glad to hear it’s as good as expected.
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  10. Such a cute sweater! It is very happy-colored.

    A toy taser that emits a shock: what a good idea. Just what every child needs. I’m sure it will bring about peace and joy. *bangs head on desk*

    You sneaky devil, Chaos!
    Have a great weekend, Chris!
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  11. Fantastic links this week – as usual! Love the jacket. So makes me want to knit and then I just don’t do anymore about it, sadly.

  12. Yay for knitting! And thanks for the links about the ridiculous Harper-Collins policy. Doesn’t really affect my library but we all have to stand together against such inanity. Publishers in general don’t care much for libraries in general (we are stealing customers, obviously).
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