1. I am on Goodreads here, and am happily procrastinating by importing reviews originally written here, and writing 2-3 line reviews of books I didn't review here. Also uploaded a more flattering (I hope) photo.

2. Yesterday I made home-made chicharrones (pork rinds) despite not having a deep fryer, and they came out perfect. I cut pork belly into small slices and chunks, salted and peppered it, then laid it on a tin foil-lined baking sheet and roasted it in the oven at 450 until it smelled delicious and the skin got bubbly. If you've never had the real thing, is it so much more delicious than the packaged stuff. If I hadn't been hitting the gym regularly, I might feel vaguely guilty or concerned about eating about a quarter pound of the least healthy food ever, but I have been, so I don't.

3. [personal profile] staranise has created Clinical Documentation, an A03 collection of fanfic in the form of psychological reports on fictional characters. If you have one, put it up!
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From: [personal profile] dorothean

I just sent you a friend request on Goodreads, but I always overlook the "add a message" option until it's too late. So I didn't get to explain who I am, but it's probably obvious since my handle there is dorothean, too.
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From: [personal profile] misstwist

Clinical Documentation sounds like a new internet rabbit hole designed especially for me!
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From: [personal profile] kore

GoodReads is like crack! At least until your feed starts getting bombarded with gif-filled 50 Shades reviews.

From: [identity profile] elynne.livejournal.com

... ajs;eioja;vlijnwe;itgj I had no idea there were Robertson Davies fanfics! I'm going to go wallow in them now...

From: [identity profile] queenoftheskies.livejournal.com

Mmmmm...I love pork rinds. (And didn't realize they were easy to make at home.)
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From: [identity profile] derien.livejournal.com

My grandmother used to do that with chicken skin - she called them 'cracklins.'

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