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Reading Update
The Isle of… Where? by Sue Brown. ebook. Very good m/m romance about a technical writer from Michigan who’s on the Isle of Wight to scatter his best friend’s ashes, but he’s having a hard time doing so. A very sweet, cute, and somewhat overwhelming guy steps in to offer support… I was surprised at how much I liked this, and at how much it pulled me in.
One Small Thing by Piper Vaughn & MJ O’Shea. ebook. reread. Very good m/m romance about a guy, working as a bartender while he goes to cosmetology school to be a stylist, who finds out that his singular “girl-speriment” has left him a father. If only his shut-in writer neighbor would take care of his infant daughter while he’s at school, he just might make things work…
A Fresh Set of Eyes (David Lloyd Investigations #2) by Liz Strange. ebook. Very good m/m mystery in which David agrees to look into a case that’s been closed for a decade, as the evidence that sent three young men to jail for killing two boys was flimsy and circumstantial. In a shocking development, I figured out who the real killer was the first time said killer appeared in the story!
Good Company by JL Merrow. ebook short. Very good short m/m story about a young man hitchhiking to Glasgow who’s picked up by a guy driving a Mercedes. HFN.
Stronger Where It Counts by JL Merrow. ebook short. Very good short m/m story about an IT guy working in a small Southern town for a week who gets dragged to a (straight) strip joint by his clueless client. The evening doesn’t seem so bad after he sees the hunky (and vaguely familiar) bartender… This has an HFN ending – I’d actually like to read a followup story about these two!
Graceland by Ally Blue. ebook. Very good m/m romance about a nursing assistant and a slightly overweight Elvis impersonator who isn’t managing his diabetes very well. Definite bonus points for breaking out of the perfect white male mold of so many m/m romances – not only is the Elvis impersonator a bit overweight, he’s Cherokee and the nursing assistant is black.
Equilibrium (Superpowered Love #1) by Katey Hawthorne. ebook. Good paranormal m/m romance about two friends and roommates, one straight, who have some extraordinary abilities that they need to keep hidden from regular people… whoops.
Jealousy: A Love Story (Superpowered Love #1.1) by Katey Hawthorne. free ebook short.ร‚ย Good short paranormal m/m romance in which Sam gets jealous because another guy is blatantly pursuing the oblivious Hansen.
Best Gift Ever (Superpowered Love #1.2) by Katey Hawthorne. free ebook short. Good short paranormal m/m romance in which Sam and Hansen celebrate Christmas together while working through some rough spots in their relationship.
Riot Boy (Superpowered Love #2) by Katey Hawthorne. ebook. Ok paranormal m/m romance about a bookstore clerk who becomes fascinated by a mysterious and flighty punk rock bass player. This one just never really pulled me in.
Nobody’s Hero (Superpowered Love #3) by Katey Hawthorne. ebook. Good paranormal m/m romance about a charming salesman who’s very attracted to the quirky new computer programmer at work. He never expects to be at all tempted to share the secret of his extraordinary power…
At Least in the City, Someone Would Hear Me Scream: Misadventures in Search of the Simple Life by Wade Rouse. Wade and his boyfriend Gary bought a cabin in rural Michigan and left behind their lives in the city. This is a humorous look at their attempts to reconnect with nature, themselves, and each other. While I did enjoy this overall, I also found Wade to be pretty annoying at times.
Running Wild (Northern Shifters #4) by Joely Skye. ebook. Ok paranormal m/m romance about a college student who’s rescued from some bad guys by a strange black horse, then left at an old man’s farm, with his rescue seeming more like a dream… Besides a major plot hole (what, wolf shifters can’t read, only sniff?), this seemed to drag a bit.
Incongruent Angel (Liquid Sin #1) by Cherie Noel. ebook short. So-so short m/m romance about two members of a popular band who have a messed up personal history. A photo shoot and a car accident combine to bring things to critical mass. ร‚ย This just felt like it was all over the place and then it ended abruptly.

*streeeeeeeeeeeeeeetch* -Mayhem

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  1. Ooo, that looks like a comfy stretch, Mayhem!

    Thanks for the dehydration link, I missed that. I had an episode the other day where I was very dehydrated and didn’t clue in (duh) until I was woozy and felt sick to my stomach. :/

    Interesting story on the g/f diet “craze”. I think removing the word “diet” from the description would go far in discouraging those looking for a weight loss plan…
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  2. I miss Calvin and hobbes. Maybe tonight I’ll go sit in the AC and read my C and H collections. But no 4th of July cakes that’s for sure.

  3. I’m not sure what’s worse: the ridiculous packing job by Amazon, or the fact that someone would order one Sharpie pen from Amazon in the first place. Yes, it might be a little cheaper (by what, a few cents?), but what a waste of resources for something that could be picked up the next time you go to a grocery store or drugstore.
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  4. Tasteless supermarket tomatoes… Can’t wait for my garden tomatoes to get ripe. Saw one starting to turn today. It’s one of those truly ugly ones that make you want to cry because it’s so very good.
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  5. Love your Friday Linketies. Takes me hours to get through them – and those are just the ones that take my fancy. Always like to see what’s happening in publishing news. And all the Bookity and the eBookity and your reviews… Not forgetting the comps!

  6. Hi Chris!
    It’s been a while! I’ve had a lot of fun this eve. visiting your linkitys (linkities?)

    The Blogess’ anniversary post had me rotfl.

  7. I love the article about Sarah Robles though it saddens me that our culture just doesn’t really have a spot (at least not a healthy one) for people with anything in the ballpark of her body type. I hope she wins big just to get the spotlight on how we treat people who are outside of the cultural size norms (both big, small, male and female).
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