Linkity couldn’t put down a book until it was finished and now it’s seriously late to be working on linkity


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Reading Update
Tapping the Dream Tree by Charles de Lint. Another good collection of short stories set in Newford and the hills nearby.
Spirits in the Wires by Charles de Lint. This isn’t one of my favorite Newford books – it doesn’t have quite the zing of some of the other books and some of the overly specific technology bits have not aged well.
Widdershins by Charles de Lint. I don’t think I realized the first time I read this book that, because of how all the ends are tied up, this was probably the final big Newford book.

“Can’t a girl enjoy her box in peace?!” -Mayhem

10 thoughts on “Linkity couldn’t put down a book until it was finished and now it’s seriously late to be working on linkity”

  1. Aww, poor May. Based on the composition of that photo, and the lack of color differentiating the edges of the box, it looks like she’s faceplanted on the floor. 🙂

    I love my Bullet Journal. It’s interesting to see how the different articles talk about them. Mine is somewhere in-between the one in the article you linked to and the fancy ones – but it works for me, and I love it.

    Okay. So which book was it that kept you reading past your intended time?

    I dunno, I like your “boring” and “soothing” lock screen. It’s purple. 😉

    Bubblegum flavored broccoli? EEEeeeeewwwww. That is all.
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  2. Muppet doo-doo? Isn’t that just lint?

    (But seriously folks, I’m squeeing over the Yip-Yips in the elevator on that Cake Wrecks post!)

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