Not much happening at home although my kid's life is getting crazy. Thanks to musical practice 4 afternoons a week plus all day Saturday plus history projects that involve carving WWI trenches into $30 pieces of floral foam. Ack! One more week and she's off for spring break. We were talking about going to Chicago but it's too cold. So guess I won't take the week off, I'll save up my days, she'll spend some time with her Dad and she suggested we go to Montreal for the day so that will be good. Would love spring to come and visit, but I'm not holding my breath.
So since I've not really read anything new except a short or two, you get some little update posts to amuse you. Or not. Whatever.
The GLBT Bookshelf is having their rummage sale again. I got some really good books there for a great price last time and all the money goes to support the site, so stop on by and see if you can get a deal on something by an author you love or maybe a new-to-you author.
Jen and I are planning a Fortnight of British m/m Authors on Brief Encounters for the last two weeks of the month. Each day we profile a different British author and review one of their short stories. We'll have some book give-aways as well so once we get closer I'll post more info and I hope everyone will stop by and say "cheerio" to our British guests.
Registration for readers is open for the GayRomLit event in New Orleans in October. There is a limit of 300 registrants but it's not full yet. It's $100 US for everything except the lunches and dinners I assume (since that's not on the registration) and also doesn't include your alcohol consumption. :-) Lots of us are going, me, Kassa, Kris, Chris, Janna, Leontine, Lily, Tracy (I hope) and probably lots more. Looks like a great opportunity for those who can swing it in October and hey, gay bar pub crawl, possibly with strippers. Bonus. Not that I'm into that. Noooooo.
I think KB posted this on Twitter. She found a new m/m review site. Man Oh Man Reviews. I don't know any of the people who are listed as reviewers, Kerri, Markie and Max, but the more the merrier I say. They also review m/m/f so this might be of special interest to some readers who do enjoy a little girl in their manly action. Anyway, it's worth checking out some additional opinions on m/m books. They seem pretty new, so hopefully they'll pick up some more followers.
That's all I got for today. Oh and 2 cookies. Just enough for a taste with your tea (or coffee or cola or water or margarita).