Linkity demands green growing things



Congrats to Paula S, who won Soul Magic (Triad #3) by Poppy Dennison! Soul Magic will be released by Dreamspinner Press on May 6.

Congrats to Dianna, who won A Sticky Wicket in Bollywood by Devon Rhodes and TA ChaseA Sticky Wicket in Bollywood will be released by Total-E-Bound on May 6.



Randonymity

  • Chaos’ favorite toy at the moment is… a leaf of romaine lettuce. Please let me remember to find it before it starts to rot under the couch…
  • My absolute favorite gluten-free, dairy-free bread for toast is Kinnikinnick Sunflower Flax Rice Bread, which isn’t carried in my area anymore… but I  can order 10 loaves of it shipped overnight from Kinnickinnick Foods in Canada for less per loaf than I was buying it for locally. *blink blink*

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Cool

Cool or Wha…?

Wha…?

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Reading Update

  • Look! Up in the sky!

“Don’t make me any crabbier. You won’t like it when I’m crabbier.” -Chaos

12 thoughts on “Linkity demands green growing things”

  1. I’m Chaos right now, looking forward to linkity, it has been one Hell of a crappy week
    Got mugged Wednesday (am OK) and had to put a dog to sleep yesterday (am not so OK), I need an escape for a while

  2. My cat name is Sir Fluffy McMittens. 😀

    Also, did you WATCH the first game in the Pens/Islanders series? Holy FUCK. Just…hope they can keep that momentum going! Also, how freaking ADORABLE is Beau Bennett? I read an article about him — apparently his nickname with the team is “Sunshine”…

  3. Thanks again for the great set of links! I’m again appalled by the behavior of a famous author who, through antics like this, becomes infamous. It’s spoiled child behavior and I hope she’ll be called out by more on it.

    Have a great weekend Chris! I’ll be seeing Iron Man 3 tomorrow so that will be the highlight of my weekend.
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  4. Hmph! There’re people who come into my place of work who are wearing shirts that haven’t been washed in 100 days. 🙁

  5. I loved War for the Oaks when I read it — it took me back to younger, single days when my friends and I would roam the city in the wee hours, skinny dipping at the hidden beach on Cedar Lake and people-watching at the Embers on 26th & Hennepin.

    As a transplanted Wisconsinite, I feel that Bloody Mary concoction is missing an important Wisconsin icon: beer.
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