I could see what some of the reviewers of H.P. Lovecraft's stories said about him being a racist. There's no doubt he was. I thought the stories were fairly comparable to Albert Payson Terhune's books, which were written in the 1910s and 1920s, in the racism on display.
Later: I went to the Amish market. They had the sugar-free apple pie today.
I got J.L. Merrow's latest Plumber's Mate book, Blow Down. It immediately started referring to the events of book three, Heat Trap, which I must have read as soon as I got it, because the details were very vague in my mind. I reread Heat Trap. I listened to the president's town hall. I started reading Blow Down.
I got a newsletter-type e-mail from Brent Hartinger saying that Grand and Humble was free for a limited time. I'm not sure if I've read that one. I posted about it on the Gay Book forum, so I really hope it has at least one gay character. I have the feeling Brent would have posted about it himself if it did, so I may need to delete that post.