Liminal linkity

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Reading Update
Taking These Chances by Karuso Tendo. free online. Very good paranormal m/m romantic suspense about a college student who helps get psychic predators off the streets… and then one’s after him.
Out of Orbit by American Schokolade. free online. Very good m/m romance about a high school senior who has a crush on his best friend, although it takes him a while (and a lot of angst) to realize it. This story had plenty of over-the-top moments (satellites and spies and baseball memorabilia, oh my!), but it pretty much worked anyway. I got sniffly more than once.
When Love Walked In by Charlie Cochet. ebook short. Very good short historical m/m romance set in 1934 about a private detective who helps out a homeless man he finds sleeping in the stairwell.
Of Sweaters and Heartache by LyingOutLoud. free online. Very good short m/m romance about a guy who unexpectedly runs into the ex who left him to take a job in France and doesn’t react well. I got a bit sniffly reading this one.
Just Friends by Natasha5. free online. Very good m/m romance about two high school seniors who have been best friends since they were small. Now love professed but not returned and a girlfriend are coming between them…
Johnny Was (Just Friends #2) by Natasha5. free online. Although the description says there’s more than one story here, there isn’t. The extremely short story is just a scene that takes place 11 years after Just Friends.
Love, Coffee, and a Giant Problem by aggybird. free online. Very good fairy tale m/m romance based on Jack and the Beanstalk… but it’s not complete and was last updated in 2009. Woe!
The Grave Watchers by Missouri Dalton. ebook. Good m/m urban fantasy with a hint of romance about a Grave Watcher, who helps protect the dead from the living, and his ancient Egyptian feline sidekick as they track down an evil they’ve not seen before.
Educating Alex by Ardveche. free online. Very sweet m/m romance about a college student who advertises for a roommate after he breaks up with his boyfriend and is surprised when a straight guy he knows from school wants to move in. Too many exclamation points!!
Creative Employment by Noel Blue. free online. Good m/m romance about a newly hired manager who knows he shouldn’t, but hooks up with the irresistible straight, confused, engaged IT guy anyway.
In Theory by Sirivinda. free online. Good m/m romance about a straight guy who keeps running into this strangely intriguing guy everywhere he goes… and then wakes up to find himself hungover in the guy’s bed. The ending really felt like it was HFN – I’d definitely like to read a bit more about these two.
One Dead Drag Queen (Tom & Scott #8) by Mark Richard Zubro. Good gay mystery in which Tom is injured when a family planning clinic he volunteers at is bombed. The beginning of the story was from Scott’s POV (a first!) and the last half was from Tom’s. I understand why it was done that way, but I would’ve preferred sticking with Scott for the whole thing.
Loose Snow by Julia Talbot. ebook short. Good short m/m romance about two guys who work together for a forestry service and were briefly together. And then one of them nearly dies in an avalanche…

“What if I go to sleep and when I wake up, all my furry mice are gone?!?!” -Mayhem

22 thoughts on “Liminal linkity”

  1. Oh, I hadn’t realised that blogger thing. I don’t actually like the embedded comments form because it was more glitchy than the other types of comment forms :(. Just for you, sweetie, I’ll switch to it :). Yet another reason for me to switch to WP.

    Lots of free online stories this week! I’ll have to check those out.
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  2. Lots of awesome and fun stuff, I need to have an origami Yoda 😀

    I don’t suppose I can get counted in advance for next weeks giveaways? I’m going on holiday 🙂

  3. We have a rolling pin over the doorway into the kitchen. It’s in honor (?) of my deceased MIL, who used to chase her 3 boys around the house with a rolling pin, whacking them with it if she could catch them. (Lacking a rolling pin, she would also use the heel of her wooden-heeled slippers, a frozen leg of lamb, or whatever else happened to be handy.)
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  4. Thank you! I will have to get through those bookity links. There’s a lot going on in the m/m world that’s for sure.

    As for One Million Mums? Seriously…don’t they have anything better to do?

    And the sheep mug mats are so cute 🙂

    May – I’m sure your mother won’t remove the furry mouse. Chaos on the other hand….
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  5. OMIG, that origami Yoda is so freakin’ cute!! I bow down to whoever made it. Kidlet likes doing origami and wants me to do it with her. Trying to follow the instructions in an origami book… :-O My origami dogs never come out looking remotely like dogs.

  6. I wasn’t aware of the changes in blogger’s comment form, but now that you mentioned it… so I set mine to the embedded form today. And maybe next week you can ask kindly if everyone can turn off the captcha thing. 😉 It’s so much more annoying than word verification, don’t you think?

    I’m not sure if I want to click on all the links about the latest controversy in m/m land… I don’t think I’m ready for all the nasty comments yet. *g*

    And thanks for all the links to free stories. I have some catching up to do, since they were all new to me. 🙂
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  7. Re the wealth/ethics thing, I just re-watched “Sense & Sensibility” the other night, and in it is proof that this is not a new trend.

    I totally believe the Kickstarter stats, as I just participated in a drive which raised over $1,250,000.00 for reprinting a webcomic. Kinda hard to argue with those numbers.

    And May, if when you wake up all your fuzzy mice are gone, just let me know. I’ll send you more.
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  8. I knew there was a reason I liked rosemary.

    Seriously, records of when I bought food?! I’m lucky to actually buy the food, no way I’m going to make a record of it.

    Cute sheep mug mats!

    If I actually wore aprons, I might be tempted to get a super hero apron. 🙂

    I’m not sure which is worse – that the 5th oldest tree got burned down or the picture of the woman who did it. They should use that picture in anti-meth ads.

    Katie loves to bat around milk carton rings and twist ties.
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