Linkity thinks March better come in like a lion and switch to lamb mode really fast

Congrats to Mammarella, who won Chrysalis Cage (Travelers #5) by Becky Black!

Congrats to Kelly, who won Velocity (Impulse #3) by Amelia C. Gormley! Amelia will release Velocity on March 2.

Congrats to Michelle (Mi), who won The Fight Within (The Good Fight #2) by Andrew Grey! The Fight Within will be released by Dreamspinner Press on March 4.




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  • 9 fun snowpersons. (I saw the best snow sculpture in a yard in my neighborhood! I must walk over there during the day to get a picture – it’s a massive Easter Island head. It takes up most of the yard!)

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  • H0ckey fics! 🙂

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10 thoughts on “Linkity thinks March better come in like a lion and switch to lamb mode really fast”

  1. We are a measured & timed feeding at our house too – but mostly because a certain canine helps himself to kitty dishes if they leave anything behind. Actually waits (somewhat patiently) until the kitties are done & gone then checks the dishes – every single time – just to be sure they didn’t leave a crumb behind.
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  2. I agree whole-heartily with Linkity – it’s freakin’ freezin’ today! Enough with winter!!

    I got a good laugh over why Chaos can’t be freed 😀

  3. LOVE the Hogwarts legos!!! Kinda makes me want to get out the boys’ and build. But that could be the procrastination talking.

    The One Ring cake was amazing and I had to share the Guinness chocolate cheesecake recipe with my sister. I suspect I’ll be tasting it sometime soon – she just asked to borrow my springform pan. 😀

    I’ll be making the smashed potatoes with gouda and horseraddish because YUM!

    Also, you are not surprised, but K wants the TARDIS fez. 😀
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  4. I read the Times article a couple of weeks ago, and while it was a pretty good read I could see areas where people were going to argue against the articles facts and, unfortunately, part of that was the articles reliance on anecdotes and bills from people. I’m not sure that even 200,000 bills would be enough to convince people that the healthcare bills are bad for many people rather than specific niche populations.
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