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review 2018-02-01 19:43
Do Roses Know Their Thorns Can Hurt? by homo_pink
Do Roses Know Their Thorns Can Hurt? - homo_pink

Dean and Sam are living in a haunted house, surviving into the future by replacing body parts. But Sam wants more than two lonely bedrooms at either end of the house.

Source: archiveofourown.org/works/10126589
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review 2018-01-27 19:31
Nice
Murder Strikes Pink - Josephine Pullein-Thompson

Like most girls, I first encountered the Pullein-Thompson sisters by reading one of their horse books. In my case, it was the bound volume of Black Beauty’s Family, which is criminally underrated and includes a better horse in WWI story than Warhorse. The BBF was so good that years later when as an adult, I received two other collections by sisters from friend who was saying, “I know they are kid books, but”, I interrupted with, “awesome”. I wasn’t aware that they had written adult novels until this book was offered free for kindle (Endeavour press is awesome).

Murder Strikes Pink is a mystery about the death of a wealthy and waspy show jumper owner who no one seems to like and everyone seems to be in some fear of. The cast of characters is pretty standard for any British mystery. It has a Midsomer Murders type of appeal. 

There is so disquiet and gloss over. Honesty, one problem is a bit too easily solved. Yet, it has the small English village charm of a Christie. What Pullein-Thompson gets much credit for her is her use of characters – no one is perfect and everyone is really human. 

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review 2018-01-21 17:01
The Doll and the Dummy by homo_pink
The Doll and the Dummy - homo_pink The Doll and the Dummy - homo_pink

An excellent short fic in which Jared is a mute mental patient and Jensen the nurse that cares for him. Set in a prison with a block for the criminally insane.

Source: archiveofourown.org/works/13176210
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review 2018-01-16 05:57
Modern Embroidery
Tula Pink Coloring with Thread: Stitching a Whimsical World with Hand Embroidery - Tula Pink

Tula Pink Coloring with Thread is a nicely-produced book of embroidery lessons and patterns. Each pattern includes a stitched example which is important to stitchers deciding which design to choose and how their stitches should look. Patterns are clearly marked and easy to follow. Directions on each type of stitch are given with illustrations. The designs are stitched with Anchor threads, but most American stitchers use DMC as a default, so it would have been nice to have DMC equivalencies listed. (Never fear, conversion charts can be searched up online.) Many suggestions on finishing are provided. The designs are modern and would fit nicely with a retro/50s theme as well.

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review 2017-10-20 21:40
Uncle! - Lila Leigh Hunter

2.5 stars. 

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