Listening to linkity



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Eyre linked to a song I shared with her a while ago (“We All Need More Kindness in This World” by Guy Davis), and it reminded me of some other songs that have good messages:

Cookity

Crafty

Cool

Cool or Wha…?

Wha…?

LOL

Teh Cute

Reading Update
Private Dicks by Katie Allen. ebook. reread. Very good m/m romantic suspense about a former cop, now working as a PI, who finally comes out to his straight investigative partner. There’s just something about Rhodes and Wash – this is the third time I’ve read the book. 🙂
Hide Out (Private Dicks #2) by Katie Allen. ebook. reread. This excellent m/m romantic suspense is about a cop who’s guarding one of the characters from Private Dicks for seven months until he can testify in a trial. Really, why aren’t there more witness protection books that include remodeling the safe house? 🙂
Bad Case of Loving You by Laney Cairo. ebook. reread. Very good kinky m/m romance about a resident and the doctor supervising him at the hospital. They just can’t seem to keep their hands off each other…
Infinity Pools (Postcards from Paradise #2) by LA Witt. ebook. Very good m/m romance finishing up the story started in Getting Off the Ground about a jilted groom who meets another guy when bad weather delays his flight… the flight that was supposed to be taking him on his honeymoon, instead of on a now solo vacation.
Saturday Night, Live (Alphabet Soup #1.5) by CB Conwy. free ebook short. Steamy short m/m encounter between the owner of the construction company and a guy who shows up on his doorstep demanding to be spanked.
I Like You (Alphabet Soup #2) by CB Conwy. ebook short. Steamy short kinky m/m romance continuing the story of Andy and CK from Alphabet Soup.
Ermine & Bougainvillea (Ermine #1) by ID Locke. ebook. Very good kinky paranormal m/m romance about a gay stoat shifter being chased by homophobic coyote shifters who escapes into a thorny thicket and meets a sexy dryad… There is vine sex…
Claiming Rights (Ermine #2) by ID Locke. ebook short. Very good short kinky paranormal m/m romance following up on the stoat shifter and the dryad after they’ve been together for a while.
Sharing Paul (Portals #3) by Jade Archer. ebook. Very good paranormal m/m romance about a jaguar shifter with a secret – two men live inside his body – who rescues a human being beaten to death by thugs in the park.
Ink Illusions by Val Kovalin. ebook. Good m/m romance about a gay man helping a female friend raise her daughter. Then the daughter’s father gets out of prison and things get complicated.
Chocolate Bites (Of Cocoa and Men #2) by Vic Winter. ebook short. Ok short paranormal m/m romance following up on the baker and the werewolf from the first book. Alas, this story just didn’t have the magic of the original.
Wolf Moon by Ethan Stone. ebook. Ok paranormal m/m romance about an orphaned college student who doesn’t know that he’s a werewolf until he’s drawn into a world he didn’t realize existed. While the storyline had a great deal of promise, the writing was simplistic and repetitive – basically, the writing got in the way of the story.


“I feel weird… all blurry or something.” -Mayhem

23 thoughts on “Listening to linkity”

  1. Those sprouting cupcakes are cute. I had cake pops for the first time. Looks like a lolly pop but cake. Delish. I can only imagine how much food coloring is in those rainbow cookies. LOL

    I kind of like those pixel shoes if they had normal heels, and no pixel tights.

    Coat hanger chair looks hard on the butt.

    This was a baconlishous episode for you. 🙂

    Those Ikea instructions were great.

    Had to share why the world won’t end with the Cocky and Rude gang.

    I’ve read quite a few of those books. I must read Val’s and Infinity Pools. Glad you liked Ermine. I’m always worried when a book really works for me that I’m sort of freak and others will think I’m insane for liking it so much. LOL
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  2. I saw the bacon Starry Night when it showed up on Craft. Definitely in the Wha? or maybe even the WTF category. Yuck.

    I will have to check out the music. I definitely enjoy listening to the songs when they pop up for Man Love I and II. I know it isn’t really the same thing, but my husband’s video game company just released a music clip from their upcoming game. Feel free to check it out if you are interested (http://www.bmag-games.com/?p=315).
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  3. Cake-stuffed chocolate coveredstrawberries *drool* that’s just evol, evol, I’ll tell ya…the work of the devil 😉

  4. No Dec. 30 would be alright with me!
    Lots of Michael Franti on my iPod but, I need to add the whole All Rebels Rockers!
    May! Did you get too close to the TARDIS?
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  5. Mayhem: Blurry or not, you are just too cute!

    Yikes on the CN Tower crazies – won’t catch me trying that stunt either *shiver*

    I really like the sound of those Private Dick books by Kate Allen. I’ll have to download them on my spectaculary overloaded e-reader. O.O

    I will say, the Psy-cop books are moving closer to the top of my TBR Chris – your rec also..

    Thanks for another great linkety!!

  6. I feel blurry too….

    I am feeling quite pleased to know that I have an extraordinarily large brain! More brain certainly means more knowledge. I’m thinking I’m going to have to read the private dick books by Kate Allen if you’re re-reading they must be very good!

  7. Those sprouting cupcakes are awesome! Thanks for the linkity – I’m glad you liked the Michael Franti songs!! The new album has been on heavy rotation on my ipod as of late- great summer tunes!
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  8. At first I thought I had a fab excuse for my distractibility, then I read the article. Um…not sure about the ‘less mature brain’ part. And I think I’ll pass on their way to improve attention span. I don’t buy their ‘unnoticeable’ crap.

    Hail to the Geeks!!
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  9. One can have too much brain? Hmmmm. Not something I think I have to worry about 🙂

    Really, why aren’t there more witness protection books that include remodeling the safe house?

    Good question. I’d like to know that too 🙂

    *looks at May* It’s not…catching, is it?
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  10. Bacon is good, but enough already.

    Also, I am another of those geeks that thrived after school. It seems nearly a universal truth. (Though there are some who are too far gone for much help, even after high school. I know sone of those.)
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