I didn’t NEED a new case for my Kindle but it SPARKLES so clearly I needed it after all. #oohshiny #humanmagpie #glittertramp

I didn’t NEED a new case for my Kindle but it SPARKLES so clearly I needed it after all. #oohshiny #humanmagpie #glittertramp

lurkdusoleil replied to your post: “In my defense, I had a coupon.”:

I want that green.

I have been stalking this exact green (it’s called “Sozzled”) for mooooonths this is a victory.

Apparently put-together enough today to be mistaken for an Ulta employee. Twice.

Apparently put-together enough today to be mistaken for an Ulta employee. Twice.

You’d laugh if you could see how excited I am to finally be able to put my hands on this topcoat again. Also in looking for it, I was twice mistaken for an Ulta employee because I was wearing black, had gone to the trouble to look pretty today, and was really enthusiastic about the Nails Inc. display.

You’d laugh if you could see how excited I am to finally be able to put my hands on this topcoat again. Also in looking for it, I was twice mistaken for an Ulta employee because I was wearing black, had gone to the trouble to look pretty today, and was really enthusiastic about the Nails Inc. display.

In my defense, I had a coupon.

In my defense, I had a coupon.

interludepress:

interludepress:

He slips away, letting Jamie hug a pillow instead, and covers him with a spare blanket so he doesn’t get cold.
 And then he breaks the rules completely.
 This is a hookup party. But this was not a hookup, and Eric knows it. He thinks Jamie knows it, too. After all, Jamie was the one to describe what Eric was doing as his perfect fantasy, to describe Eric as his perfect fantasy.
 Eric has to take the chance. He’s already this deep—he’ll never forgive himself if he lets it go.
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Eric left the BDSM scene years ago because he couldn’t find the right partner, opting instead to meet men in quiet coffee shops and piano bars.But when his friend invites him to a posh hook-up party, he meets first time sub Jamie, who he convinces to detail his sexual fantasies during a passionate night together. 
The pair soon embark on a relationship that introduces Jamie to the BDSM scene, and plays out his fantasies one by one. But as they approach the final fantasy, will Eric be able to walk away?
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Load the Dice
by Moriah Gemel
A 10-Episode Series
Pricing (All prices US):
A la Carte Digital: $1.99 per episode—Episode One is free.
A la Carte Print: $15.99
Digital Subscription: $9.99 for twice-monthly episodes, plus multi-format eBook bundle at conclusion of the series.
The Bundle: $15.99 for twice-monthly episodes, plus print and multi-format eBook bundle at the conclusion of the series.
Pre-orders begin worldwide July 31st for the Digital subscription
US/Canada: Pre-Orders for Digital and Bundle pricing available July 31st. 
International Deal: Purchase the Digital subscription to follow along now, then buy the book and send a photo or pdf of your receipt within a month of publication to promotions@interludepress.com to have your account credited by the difference between the A la Carte Print+Digital Subscription you have purchased and The Bundle pricing. All prices and credits in US dollar value.
Episode One is available for free worldwide September 9th. The print edition will be available after the series concludes online in January 2015.
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Now available for pre-order in the Interlude Store!

interludepress:

interludepress:

He slips away, letting Jamie hug a pillow instead, and covers him with a spare blanket so he doesn’t get cold.

And then he breaks the rules completely.

This is a hookup party. But this was not a hookup, and Eric knows it. He thinks Jamie knows it, too. After all, Jamie was the one to describe what Eric was doing as his perfect fantasy, to describe Eric as his perfect fantasy.

Eric has to take the chance. He’s already this deep—he’ll never forgive himself if he lets it go.

* * *

Eric left the BDSM scene years ago because he couldn’t find the right partner, opting instead to meet men in quiet coffee shops and piano bars.But when his friend invites him to a posh hook-up party, he meets first time sub Jamie, who he convinces to detail his sexual fantasies during a passionate night together. 

The pair soon embark on a relationship that introduces Jamie to the BDSM scene, and plays out his fantasies one by one. But as they approach the final fantasy, will Eric be able to walk away?

* * *

Load the Dice

by Moriah Gemel

A 10-Episode Series

Pricing (All prices US):

A la Carte Digital: $1.99 per episode—Episode One is free.

A la Carte Print: $15.99

Digital Subscription: $9.99 for twice-monthly episodes, plus multi-format eBook bundle at conclusion of the series.

The Bundle: $15.99 for twice-monthly episodes, plus print and multi-format eBook bundle at the conclusion of the series.

Pre-orders begin worldwide July 31st for the Digital subscription

US/Canada: Pre-Orders for Digital and Bundle pricing available July 31st. 

International Deal: Purchase the Digital subscription to follow along now, then buy the book and send a photo or pdf of your receipt within a month of publication to promotions@interludepress.com to have your account credited by the difference between the A la Carte Print+Digital Subscription you have purchased and The Bundle pricing. All prices and credits in US dollar value.

Episode One is available for free worldwide September 9th. The print edition will be available after the series concludes online in January 2015.

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Now available for pre-order in the Interlude Store!

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mshoneysucklepink replied to your post: “Things I Do Not Say On A Regular Basis, #762”:

I gotta hook you up with my mom…though let me double check, it may be 70s-80s (possibly 90s too, pretty sure there’s some Grisham legal thrillers in there).

It turned out Wikipedia had the list I needed, huzzah! I was trying to remember the name of a thriller I read as a kid.

(Wikipedia has just such a list and has happily been able to help me identify the book I’ve been trying to remember for weeks, yay!)

Things I Do Not Say On A Regular Basis, #762

"I wonder if anyone has a full list of Reader’s Digest Condensed Books from the 60’s and 70’s."

Today felt like a day for a giant flower in my hair.

Today felt like a day for a giant flower in my hair.