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Litsy staff | also LibraryThing for Libraries | Frances Perkins Scholar @ Mount Holyoke College | Queer Femme: ask me about my pronouns | Neuroqueer
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Ancillary Mercy | Ann Leckie
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“I would like to point out that as soon as lieutenant Ekalu let you know that actually, your intended compliment was offensive to her, you immediately stopped trying to be nice.”
OH DAMN, SHIP.

suzisteffen Yeah, Ship KNOWS.
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Ancillary Mercy | Ann Leckie
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Listening while I deep clean the refrigerator. Glamorous, no? 😏

readordierachel Ha! If it weren't for #audiocleaning I'd never get anything clean. 43m
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Ancillary Sword | Ann Leckie
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Such great world-building! An excellent second installation in this series.
To the performance, while I love the narrator as an actress, her character voices tend toward the shrill and are very hard for me to tolerate, especially in the car or directly in my ears.

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Ancillary Sword | Ann Leckie
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“Eggs are so inadequate, don‘t you think? I mean, they ought to be able to become *anything*, but instead you always get a chicken, or a duck, or whatever they‘re programmed to be. You never get anything interesting like, ”regret,‘ or, ‘The middle of the night last week.‘”
Translator Glick brings some delightful whimsy a la Phantom Tollbooth to this fascinating series that is largely told from the POV of, and about, somewhat mechanical characters.

suzisteffen Omg I love these books so much. 3d
rretzler Love this series - and Breq. 2d
rabbitprincess Translator Glick was my favourite character 😊 2d
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When the Moon Was Ours | Anna-Marie McLemore
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What a lovely idea, @Clwojick 😊 I have several favorites, but this is the first to come to mind. If you‘ve not read it, highly recommend to fans of YA with magical realism, poetic prose, intersectional identities, and gender-expansive characters. #WinningDedication #WinningEpigraph #queerbooks

Clwojick Oooh. YUP! It makes the list! 4d
Clwojick I can‘t wait to check my library and see if it‘s available. 😍 4d
kgriffith @Clwojick Yay! The audiobook is also well done 😊 4d
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That Summer in Maine | Muriel Jensen
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Thunderstorms and the first sale lobster of the season: maybe summer IS trying to arrive!

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Eyelit What an adorable assistant! 😸 4d
suzisteffen Omg it‘s a twin of my Oliver Tuxie Cat! 4d
rretzler 😻 4d
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CouronneDhiver 🙌🏽🖤🙌🏽 4d
readordierachel So serious! 4d
kgriffith @Eyelit isn‘t he though 🙄😋 4d
kgriffith @suzisteffen love tuxedos! 4d
kgriffith @readordierachel he‘s admonishing me for getting up to go to the printer 😋 4d
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The Stonewall Reader | New York Public Library
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My doodling turned out to be a pretty accurate visual representation of discussion about this year‘s pride events. #translivesmatter

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Fablehaven | Brandon Mull, Brandon Dorman
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Choosing my first entertainment of the evening... 🤔 🤓 📚 🎮

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Freshwater | Akwaeke Emezi
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Tucked into a corner of the great room for a bit before programming starts. Also chuckling at the table full of tired queers who just found out they accidentally brewed decaf for the last two pots of coffee 😋

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Fablehaven | Brandon Mull, Brandon Dorman
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Time to enjoy the hot tub at the facilitators‘ retreat facility where I‘m spending the weekend.

RealLifeReading Nice!! Enjoy! 7d
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Troilus and Cressida | Geoffrey Chaucer
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It‘s been a while but we‘re back at it 😊🥰 @brandybear22

brandybear22 “ For love alone could make a song so gay...” 1w
brandybear22 @kgriffith I don‘t think it counts in the gay 🤷🏻‍♂️ but, yeah 7d
kgriffith @brandybear22 probably not, though I‘m pretty sure that bit about the thousand swords and the guy being hot was allegorical. 7d
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Nonesuch Books & Cards | South Portland, ME (Bookstore)
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If you search for your city or town, you can see which bookstores and libraries are in the database 🤓 If you don‘t see your favorite, you can add it at librarything.com/venue_edit.php before the next time you go so you can tag it in a post 📚 #LitsyTips #local

suzisteffen Cool cool! 1w
tournevis Where is this? I don't see it either on the web or on Android. Is this yet another thing we can only get on iOS? 7d
kgriffith Right where you search for books in the app and on the web: search for the name of a place, either specific (books-a-million) or generic (south Portland) and they‘ll show up together with any books with the same title info as you‘ve typed. If you‘re not seeing place results, take a screenshot and email litsy@LibraryThing.com and we can take a deeper look. 7d
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Bull Moose Mill Creek | South Portland, ME (Bookstore)
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Did you see our new option to tag a bookstore/library instead of a book for your Litsy posts? I popped into one of my favorite indies and said hi to Matt, a former LibraryThing intern now working at Bull Moose, and added it as a venue so I could tag it here. 😊 Excited to tag so many local bookish spots! What are your favorites? Tag them in the comments because you can now! #LitsyTips #local #bookstore #bookhaul

kgriffith Also picked up a preowned copy of a game my nibling has been playing avidly since Hanukkah/Christmas so auntie Kir can surprise G next time we hang out. 1w
Insightsintobooks Ohh neat! 1w
Craftylikefox Mill creek is my favorite bullmoose! They love Nigel there. They have his Santa picture still hanging there. 1w
kgriffith @Craftylikefox That‘s awesome 😊 1w
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Ancillary Sword | Ann Leckie
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I was updating my reading on LibraryThing and realized I hadn‘t continued this series (got wrapped up in school reading). Amending!

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Choose Your Own Autobiography | Neil Patrick Harris
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My Super Top-Secret Read™️ just inspired me to watch the 2013 Tony Awards opening, so now I‘m just over here crying, for fun. In case you would also like to enjoy one of the greatest moments in awards show history: https://youtu.be/4SQfsBsMFls

Chrissyreadit I love this. I‘m watching it now and my daughter calls over “mom are you watching the 2014 Tonys?” Nope 2013...🤣 we are theatre geeks. 1w
kgriffith @Chrissyreadit Ha! So close 😏 1w
Itchyfeetreader @chrissyreadit both brilliant shows 1w
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ablachly Hello you rang? 1w
kgriffith @ablachly No, that was the 2012 opening. 😝 1w
kgriffith @ablachly (which I also watched last night — that‘s why it took 15 minutes longer to finish the book) 1w
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Today I learned an English word because it was my Spanish word of the day ? Also, Harry Potter y el Cáliz de Fuego is out today!

AlaMich That is next level vocabulary expansion right there! 😆 1w
kgriffith @AlaMich right?! 😋 1w
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Challenge! A friend with the initials DE is doing our local library‘s reading challenge and one of the categories is “an author with your initials.” To make it extra challenging, my friend wants to only read books by women and POC. Who‘ve you read and enjoyed with the initials DE?

Riveted_Reader_Melissa Woman and POC or woman and/or POC? 2w
kgriffith @Riveted_Reader_Melissa I think she‘d have said WOC if she‘s going specifically for both, so either is my guess 😀 2w
saresmoore Hmm, would Edwidge Danticat count? The initials are reversed, but I‘ve heard great things about 2w
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa @kgriffith ok, good point....let me rack my brain a bit.... 2w
kgriffith @saresmoore she may be a stickler for adhering to the challenge to the letter (heh), but maybe not so I‘ll pass it along! 2w
rachelm If she‘s willing to read children‘s lit, have heard good things about Deborah Ellis‘s books 2w
rwmg Wikipedia suggests Diamela Eltit (Chilean), Dorothe Engelbretsdatter (Norwegian), Diana Omo Evans (biracial British) 2w
Pamwurtzler Delia Ephron? I‘ve had this on my list for a while but haven‘t read it yet - 2w
kgriffith Thanks, everyone! From my friend: This was awesome. Please thank @rachelm, I'm going with Deborah Ellis' The Breadwinner. She seems to write mostly about the plight of young girls in war torn countries and this is about a girl in Afghanistan who disguises herself as a boy to support her family. Can't wait! 1w
kgriffith (And now it‘s going on my TBR, too 😊) 1w
rachelm Yay! So excited for her to enjoy it. 1w
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“You should never feel guilty about feeling ambitious when you‘re trying to help other people. If you don‘t dream, then reality will never change.”

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I lived in PR during the most devastating storm to hit PR on record before Maria, Hurricane Hugo in 1989. They worked to get the schools operational first so kids were able to eat regularly because even living on the navy base, which I now understand had more resources than anywhere else on the island, we didn‘t have water for weeks and electricity for longer. This is going to be an emotional but important listen/read before next month. #STEMinPR

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Fablehaven | Brandon Mull, Brandon Dorman
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Change of pace for pedi time 💅🏼

LibrarianRyan I liked this book but I felt it was so close the The Spiderwick Chronicles. I need to give it a reread and finish the series. 2w
kgriffith @LibrarianRyan which I haven‘t read, but have heard of so often 😊 What I love about this series (besides that it‘s a fun romp) is that the books grow with the readers: the vocabulary and emotional complexity both increase from one book to the next. I love Rick Riordan, but his books strike the exact same note on reading level, IMO: it‘s good for some middle reader/YA books to maintain a reading level for accessibility, but some should grow. 2w
LibrarianRyan @kgriffith I agree about LT staying one grade. Spiderwick was for beginning chapters. A bout 2 steps above Magic Tree House. The first series was much better than the second. 2w
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With the Fire on High | Elizabeth Acevedo
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Reminder that you can follow Cientificas_Presente on insta and/or fb to see the lead up to and adventures at STEM camp in PR 🤓🇵🇷 (Also, I love that Litsy on the web doesn‘t force a square image! Even in my phone‘s browser, I can better use a screenshot than in the app)

esurient That's a great thing to learn about the website! 2w
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With the Fire on High | Elizabeth Acevedo
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Experimenting with making my own seasoning blends. Emani (the book‘s MC) is inspiring me 😊 #audiocooking

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Fablehaven | Brandon Mull, Brandon Dorman
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Stoop sittin‘ with grapefruit Prosecco and a completely frivolous read. Ahhhhhhhh 😎🌞🌷 #bookandabeverage #summerlovin

cathysaid That looks delicious. Have you tried Deep Eddy Grapefruit Vodka and tonic? 2w
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With the Fire on High | Elizabeth Acevedo
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I‘m so grateful for the opportunity to continue gardening in my SMCC plot. I wasn‘t going to plant today, but a farmer I bought seedlings from said some of them would be fine to go in the ground today so here we are. It feels so good to be sweating outside again, my my hands in the earth and the sea in the air. #audiogardening

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With the Fire on High | Elizabeth Acevedo
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I have a pilón for making mofongo, but for the amount of garlic needed for 2# of chicken, I busted out the heavy duty mortar and pestle. Making Puerto Rican food while listening to this author-narrated story of a Black and Puerto Rican young woman who loves to cook helps dispel some of the cold and gloom that doesn‘t seem to want to clear up this May. #audiocooking ?? ? ?

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With the Fire on High | Elizabeth Acevedo
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I have been eagerly awaiting this second novel from Elizabeth Acevedo since finishing The Poet X. Listening to the audio narrated by the author 😊

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Further to the theme from last night: a librarian friend is writing a paper and creating a web resource about LGBTQ+ romance novels. They want to highlight works in which no queer people are violated or killed off, and where the main characters get a happily ever after. Sadly, these are few and far between (most notably in lesbian fiction). That got me thinking, well, what IS a happily ever after anyway? What is it to you? #ownvoices #queerbooks

kgriffith I‘m also brainstorming the last of my own writing for the semester (I have until midnight, I‘m fiiiiine 😬) and this topic made me think, what if I wrote a really short story about what happily ever after might look like for a weirdo like me, and now that I thought it I can‘t un-think it and UGH I‘m going to have to write this now aren‘t I. (edited) 2w
tournevis Not to derail the question, but I find HEA endings really difficult to believe. Always have. HFN have always made more sense to me, because it's almost impossible to protray real life which is marriage is a constant and full-time choice. I never write HEA, myself. 2w
kgriffith @tournevis no derailment at all, this is absolutely part of the convo :) I also prefer the realistic HFN, which may be why I love the last line of the tagged book so much. 😉 2w
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CouronneDhiver HEA isn‘t my jam either ... Open endings can be done with a positive spin. I just prefer to imagine how things might‘ve carried on for the characters. 2w
kgriffith @CouronneDhiver @tournevis I love that I‘ve found my people here, all of us romantic realists 😋 2w
bookishkris I much prefer HFN, and I find that queer writers are far more likely to write HFN over HEA (and I read a LOT of queer romance!) I also see queer writers as more likely to write a series, so you get to see the characters grow and change (and deal with the mess of life). (edited) 2w
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When Katie Met Cassidy | Camille Perri
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Recommend your favorite adult F/F HEA/HFN romance! (female/female, happily ever after/happily for now)
* No YA/NA (young/new adult)
* Must be romance, not just a romantic side plot
* Queer main characters
* Limited/no trauma
Ideally queer authors
Representation of trans, non-binary, genderqueer, genderfluid, Black, POC, disabled, neurodiverse, and other underrepresented voices to the front! #queerbooks #ownvoices

Verity I‘m glad I‘m here early because I haven‘t read a lot of f/f so I know my choices won‘t be that original! I loved the new Courtney Milan novella if you want a historical. 2w
Verity Or if you want a contemporary, Likotsi‘s story is fab. With the added bonus that if you‘ve read Princess in Theory you‘ve seen part of it sort of unfolding without knowing. 2w
Verity Can‘t wait to see everyone else‘s reccs add add them to my tbr! 2w
kgriffith @Verity these have popped up in my friend‘s research, I‘m so glad to see them recommended! 2w
nycnorma I'm fond of Emma Donoghue's novels. I recently read Landing and found it charming. 2w
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Repost from @Litsy:
BIG ANNOUNCEMENT! Litsy is now also available on the web!

Try it out: https://www.litsy.com

Litsy on the web has all the features of Litsy on iOS and Android, including posting & a great image editor. We've also added a few features, such as a Goodreads import. If you use a larger screen, you will see new sections for trending books and hashtags.

Follow @Litsy for more details, and let us know what you think!

PatriciaU OMG I LOVE this! I haven't been using Litsy as much as I'd like because the accessibility have been difficult due to a wonky phone. Thank you, Litsy! 3w
kgriffith @PatriciaU So glad it‘ll make being here easier for you! 3w
esurient YES! 3w
reconditereader Now I can join Litsy as well as LibraryThing! Huzzah. 1w
kgriffith @reconditereader hooray and welcome! 1w
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Happy birthday, @brandybear22 😊

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Mockingjay | Suzzane Collins
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Watched some of Mockingjay with @brandybear22‘s kid after a long day of brunch, gift shopping, and walking to get ice cream between papers B has to write today because we‘re whisking her away tomorrow for her birthday. #Maythe4thbewithyou #StarWarsday

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Upright Women Wanted | Sarah Gailey
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“The future American Southwest is full of bandits, fascists, and queer librarian spies on horseback trying to do the right thing.“
TAKE MY MONEY PLS WHY SO FAR AWAY 2020

Fridameetslucy Queer librarians always try to do the right thing:) 3w
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“Slightly more blue than Fun Home” can be reasonably expected to give precise color information when certain friends ask about a new dress, regardless of differences from one screen to another.

bookishkris I have that same dress on its way! 3w
kgriffith @bookishkris it‘s super comfy, I got a yellow one, too! 3w
bookishkris @kgriffith I live in these dresses in the summer! Sooo comfy, and flattering on every body type. I buy them on sale or with a coupon (or better yet, on sale AND with a coupon). I can‘t wear yellow, but I got the black floral, polka dot, and green stripe this summer. I still have like 4 from a couple of years ago, too. (edited) 3w
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Captain Marvel | Kelly Thompson
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Brought my brother, finally — he‘s been after me since it was released, but he didn‘t want to go when @brandybear22 and I went, and my schedule has been too bananas. We thought about doing a double feature with Endgame, but the only available seats were way up front, and the theaters are nearly empty for matinees this week so we‘ll hit one of those.

LibrarianRyan Such a good idea. And good movie 4w
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Last night of the semester in the FP commuter house. This exchange between Jojen and Bran reminds me of Fitz, and how difficult it was for him to return to caring about things the way a human does after being more Witted than not.

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Pangy Day button-making station, hosted by LITS (Library, Information, and Technology Services) 🤓 📚 📖 #PangyDay2019

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I‘m on campus so couldn‘t confirm in my paper copy (though I just realized that the English books are probably also on Kindle Unlimited so I COULD confirm 🙄) but I heard “pelo” in a context that didn‘t make sense so I figured it was a colloquialism and went to look it up. I remembered the phrasing in English as being something like, “you‘re having me on,” (a more PG version of “taking the piss”), and when I googled that, I got all fanfic 😂

kgriffith “Literally translated ‘tomar el pelo‘ means ‘to take the hair‘. This expression is often used when people are joking around with each other. If you believe someone is trying to fool you or trick you in a funny way you would say ‘Me estás tomando el pelo‘. It is similar to the english expression ‘pulling my/your leg‘ or ‘you‘re joking right?‘ So if a friend tells you he won €10 million, you might use this expression.” 1mo
kgriffith (It‘s, “You‘re winding me up,” in the kindle version; curious to know if that‘s the British or American or both) (edited) 1mo
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I may have used Litsy to make an image for the social media accounts I started for Cientificas Presente 🤓🇵🇷🌺 Follow us on Instagram and/or Facebook! I‘ll be sharing photos and videos from the semester up until we arrive on the island on June 15, then it‘ll be live, on the ground content from camp 😊
https://www.instagram.com/cientificas_presente/
https://m.facebook.com/cientificaspresente/

Fridameetslucy Ty for the hit of hope and progress I got from your post. Brava. You teach at my holyoke? I have a house in Northampton. 1mo
kgriffith @Fridameetslucy no, I‘m an undergrad student 😊 Frances Perkins scholar, more exactly. I‘ll be teaching at camp though! 1mo
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A mini Puerto Rican feast for our last meeting of the semester. Next time we‘re together, we‘ll be on the island! 🌴 🇵🇷

readordierachel Yum! Arroz con gandules! 1mo
kgriffith @readordierachel it was so good! I‘ve already told @brandybear22 I need to try making this chicken for her, and I have almost a full jar of achiotes besides all of my penzeys to try coloring and seasoning the rice from scratch instead of using sazón ? 1mo
brandybear22 @kgriffith yes, please 1mo
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It felt right to purchase my copy of my professor‘s first novel (re-released yesterday) at Odyssey Books, on probably my last visit of the semester. And a belated thank you to the MHC alumnae of the Mount Holyoke Club of Maine for my #FebruMary celebration gift certificate!

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An Unkindness of Ghosts | Rivers Solomon
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Final roast duck ramen lunch of the semester, while I re-listen to some of this book for details to use in a writing assignment that‘s just been in my head for weeks.

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Blanca & Roja | Anna-Marie McLemore
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I may make small changes, but I'm mostly if not entirely done with my queer lineage project for my writing class. I've added Anna-Marie McLemore to the Western Mass Queer & Trans Writers directory hosted by MHC, and no joke, as I was writing this, Anna-Marie replied to my tweet about this audiobook 😲😍 Oh right and, this isn't some other platform that doesn't allow links: https://commons.mtholyoke.edu/westernmassqtwriters/anna-marie-mclemore/

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I am very proud of my copycat pork belly buns, inspired by Pai Men Miyake, a favorite local spot. I‘ve made them a couple of times before but never with a pepper relish. This is a Serrano/arbol relish, gochujang mayo, bulgogi pork belly (cooked sous vide for 10 hours), and steamed buns (from the frozen section at a local Asian market).

TK421 I need these in my life. 1mo
batsy YUM! 1mo
saresmoore 👏 They look and sound fantastic! 1mo
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I was thinking that at this rate I‘ll be WAY ahead of the release date for Cáliz de Fuego (5/12/19), but holy shit that‘s only three weeks from now!

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— ¿Soy profesor? —preguntó soprendido— . ¡Dios mío! Supongo que seré un inútil, ¿no?
While I‘m a little cranky that audible is releasing Harry Potter en español one book at a time, I suppose it‘s worth the wait ?? The narrator nailed Lockheart ???

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Self-Care for Caregivers: A Twelve Step Approach | Pat Samples, Diane Larsen, Marvin Larsen
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Top secret reading during a long-overdue pedicure.

ablachly Ahhhhhhahahahaha 1mo
kgriffith @ablachly I AM FIRST LITSY POST ABOUT IT 1mo
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Vets always love my charismatic cats 🙄😂

Mimi28 Aaaawwww 😻😻😻 1mo
Susanita LOL! The first time I took my cat to the vet he was a tiny kitten. He kept walking by the automatic soap dispenser next to the sink and getting soap on his butt. 1mo
readordierachel The cutest! 😹 1mo
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Hestapleton My black cat was at the vet today too and kept hiding behind chairs 😹 1mo
hermyknee OMG!!! 😂😂😂 1mo
CouronneDhiver Awwww 🥰 Poor kitty ... 1mo
kgriffith @Susanita omg this is amazing 😹 1mo
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Blanca & Roja | Anna-Marie McLemore
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I had experienced so many truly lovely feelings while listening to and reading this book, much as with When the Moon Was Ours, the first of hers that I read. Wild Beauty was a bit of a miss for me, but I think McLemore has really hit her stride here. Still writing for a YA audience, her cadence has remained lyrical without so much purple prose.
I was thinking, will she get pigeonholed for writing characters whose gender is explored and (cont‘d)

kgriffith 2/ discovered and accepted by lovers and family, whose differences aren‘t always catalysts for harm or exile? And then I thought, would that be so bad? We‘ve seen storytelling where various aspects of young adulthood are tackled: abusive environments, substance use, mental illness, sexual activity, religious affiliation, etc. So many authors only write cisgender straight MCs. Why shouldn‘t someone write true-to-life characters for the rest of us? 1mo
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Finished focaccia 😊 #audiocooking

Crazeedi Yum!!! 1mo
Tanisha_A That looks yummy! 1mo
saresmoore I am so impressed right now. 1mo
readordierachel Looks amazing! 1mo
Fridameetslucy Would anybody be interested in a good book discussion group ? I‘m new here do not sure how it works but could be fun 2w
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