I finished up an editing job, and then was online a lot. AfterElton did an article about the change back in the Lambda Literary Awards guidelines. I don't remember if I posted much anywhere but here about it, but I remember agreeing with the things Lee Rowan said in a few places.
I talked to A. for about an hour and a half. He calls the group of guys he hangs out with the Wolf Pack, and they're having a "howling" tomorrow. A. always has fun stories about those. I'd missed that Changeling had the story Bad Dawg on sale for a penny last week. I'd told A. about that particular story, and it's a pity he missed it. Perhaps it will be on sale there again. I've gotten to be a big fan of Lena Austin's, and have read some of the books she's had published elsewhere. I couldn't figure out why she added a female love interest into Berdache, but it was quite an interesting book. I love the Coyotes of Yellowstone series of hers.
(Added: When I re-read Berdache, I saw that the woman had been there all along. It just seemed that the male couple had much more of a connection.)