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2023.04.01 09:00 domatilla 25 Books I Picked For Bingo (And 20 I Didn't)
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Coming in at the absolute last minute (it’s still March 31st somewhere!) with another Bingo wrap up!
Since telling myself I have to read X book by Y date is the surest way to ensure I never pick up X again (sorry to my college roommate for moving cross country with your copy of Mansfield Park - I promise I'll get back to it any day now), I look at Bingo less as an exercise in finding books to fit the prompts and more as a chance to read as broadly as possible in the hopes I somehow hit all 25 by the end of the year. Some people are sharpshooters; I'm out here hurling a dozen book-shaped grenades at a single "Set in Space" shaped target.
So here we are at the end of the year, with 73 entries in my bingo spreadsheet. The earliest I could have called it done was January 9th, but that wasn't enough. I didn't want just any bingo card. I wanted *the* Bingo card. The Best of All Possible Bingo Cards. So I kept reading, and rearranging, and playing Bingo Card Sudoku late into the night, following the guiding light of two, unspoken rules:
LGBTQIA List Book: An Unkindness of Ghosts by Rivers Solomon This square is the reason for the "no technicalities" rule because the first book I read for it was A Darker Shade of Magic and you know what that book doesn't have? Any significant queer characters. I didn't realize until too late that you don't get more than a throwaway line about the prince being into men until the second book. I'm glad I jumped ship though, because holy shit. An Unkindness of Ghosts knocked me out. It's a brilliant, brutal, beautiful read. It doesn't pull punches or give you the grace of easy answers. I will read anything Rivers Solomon touches.
Weird Ecology: Semiosis by Sue Burke Honestly, this one is a spiritual tie with Children of Time. Both are generational stories of evolution, survival, and human interference. I liked CoT a bit more but ultimately picked Semiosis but this is the category that future readers (me) will look back on and ask, what was she thinking? I think plants are much more suspicious than your friendly neighbourhood spiders.
Two or More Authors: The Steel Seraglio (or, The City of Silk and Steel) by Louise Carey, Mike Carey, and Linda Carey At first I read The Vela for this one - I bet it's gonna get a lot of love this year. I felt it never shook its piecemeal origins, so I picked up The Steel Seraglio after I saw it recommended here (and because I recognized Carey's name from X-Men, hah) and damn am I glad I did. A slow burn with beautiful prose, well drawn characters, it's somehow greater than the sum of its parts.
Historical SFF: The Empire of Gold by S. A. Chakraborty The only reason I booted out The Lions of Al-Rassan is I felt I could find something in real history, which is too bad because damn did I end up loving that book. I really struggled to get into it but was fully sobbing by the end. I have less to say about The Empire of Gold - it's the strongest book in the trilogy and finally succeeded in getting me to like one of the leads, who I'd been lukewarm on for two books. The Islamic-centric setting is still the strongest selling point, but I like that it didn't shy away from the messier implications of its plot for a nicely tied up ending.
Set in Space: Babel-17 by Samuel R. Delany This was the last addition to the card, muscling out The Vela (again!) and Dead Silence in February. I'm making a concentrated effort to read more classic sci-fi this year and I'm glad I started with some new wave because this is a delight. A deep dive into language and understanding the unfamiliar, and a reminder of how much contemporary sci-fi writers owe to the past.
Standalone: The Changeling by Victor Lavalle This category may have been "Best Book You Can't Fit Elsewhere," since I read mostly standalones. The Changeling is a fairy tale in every sense of the word - built around simple, straightforward actions, a cautionary tale, more than a little messed up.
Anti-Hero: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo Look. I didn't want to read this book. It's too obvious a HM pick. I read Shadow and Bone last year and hated it. But we were halfway through February and my only other option, These Violent Delights, had almost completely faded from my memory, so I bit the bullet. And you know what? Y'all are right. It's good. You win this time, Leigh.
Book Club OR Readalong Book: Bluebird by Ciel Pierlot I was cursed by a witch to never have my library's holds become available at a convenient time so HM for this square is a struggle. Out of the months I could jump in, Bluebird was the clear winner. It's just a really fun read with just enough emotional heft behind it to keep it from feeling frivolous. Plus I can tell Pierlot likes a lot of the same sci-fi as me.
Cool Weapon: Spear by Nicola Griffith I'm a simple reader. I hear Arthurian legends, I grab a book. I'm usually over woman-crossdresses-to-fight plots, but I was drawn in here by the deeper exploration of gender and the dreamlike prose. It's a very hazy read, like a story passed down through the mist.
Revolutions and Rebellions: Nona the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir I could go on about the many reasons I picked Nona over Babel, another book I quite liked that dove harder into the ideology of rebellion. I could say I preferred Nona's ground eye view of life in wartime, or her childlike attempts to piece together a struggle both far bigger and smaller than herself. I could talk about the meticulously crafted mysteries. But the truth is, I just love this book, I love this series, and I will follow Tamsyn Muir to the ends of the earth. Alecto the Ninth when.
Name in the Title: Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke Jonathan took this spot over Piranesi, a book I enjoyed much more, solely because there's two names for the price of one. It's not that I didn't like reading Jonathan - I very much did. I just like having read it more than I liked actually reading it. Piranesi, on the other hand, is the kind of poetic ontological mystery I live for.
Author Uses Initials: The Liar's Knot by M. A. Carrick This series is going to be another popular one for this card, I think. I read both The Mask of Mirrors and The Liar's Knot this year, and thought the characterization in book two was much stronger than the (already enjoyable) first. I'm looking forward to the rest of the series now that the top-notch worldbuilding is fully established.
Published in 2022: Leech by Hiron Ennis There are a few books I could’ve used here, but Leech was so good I needed to include it somewhere and it’s not technically HM for Non-Human Protagonist. But damn, did I love this book. Gothic mystery with really clever things being done in the narration - like an unreliable narrator that’s unreliable even to itself. I can’t wait to see what else Ennis writes.
Urban Fantasy: Small Miracles by Olivia Atwater Another popular one! I read a lot of urban-adjacent fantasy this year, but Small Miracles focuses on the struggles of surviving everyday century life in such a charming way it was hard to pick anything else. I almost went with Legends & Lattes for the same reason until I realized I was forgetting the “19th-21st century” part of the square. Might’ve submitted it with it there and lost the edit link, oops. I'm the one the mods warned you about. Learn from my mistake.
Set in Africa: Noor by Nnedi Okorafor This is Okorafor’s card to lose. I binged the Binti trilogy earlier this year and was a little disappointed at the way it didn’t seem to come together. I much preferred Noor, with its solarpunk locations, themes of tradition v. technological progress, and life on the edges of a capitalist hellscape.
Non-Human Protagonist: The Raven Tower by Ann Leckie It took me ages to get through Ancillary Justice and I had it filed as books I recognized as good without clicking with, so I almost didn’t read this, but I’m so glad I did. Another sort-of-mystery where the narrator knows more than the reader, using clever tricks with the writing to pull it off on a meta level. Add in a Shakespeare retelling and a metaphysical debate about the nature of divinity and you’re checking all my favourite boxes. Easily a new all-time fave.
Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey: Middlegame by Seanan McGuire This was me giving McGuire another chance after I bounced off Wayward Children. Middlegame was one of the first books I read this year, and nothing came to surpass it for this category. I had hopes for The Midnight Library, a book about things I should have loved, until it turned out I absolutely hated it. I loved Middlegame’s sense of scale, of depth in the universe, and the metaphysical mystery eschews metaphysical answers in favour of the very physical relationships.
Five Short Stories: New Suns, ed. Nisi Shawl Anthologies are tough collections to review but New Suns had mostly hits and few misses, and I pulled out about half a dozen new authors to check out. I needed something with more variety than my first pick, Silk & Steel, which I found monotonous. There’s only so many short romances I can get through before I check out in favour of something longer.
Features Mental Health: Son of a Trickster by Eden Robinson I waffled a bit on this one since the first book in the trilogy falls more into magic realism than pure fantasy, but A Prayer for the Crown-Shy fell flat for me so if Penguin Random House tags it fantasy that’s good enough for me. I loved the way the dry, straightforward prose speaks to the survival methods of the characters, and the unflinching but emotionally honest portrayal of addiction.
Self Published OR Indie Publisher: Zeroth Law by Guerric Haché This square was down to Zeroth Law or The Midnight Bargain by C.L. Polk, and Haché won me over with the Pacific Northwest. Vancouver Island is long overdue for a proper space elevator.
Award Finalist, but Not Won: Paladin’s Strength by T. Kingfisher This was the hardest square for me for one simple reason: I am very lazy, and looking up the award situation for every book I read is a lot of effort. Paladin’s Strength stands here representing the whole Saint of Steel series, all of which I read and thoroughly enjoyed. Kingfisher really understands the essence of paladins as people who are both extremely hot and extremely annoying.
BIPOC Author: Black Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse The scale of the world and the sense of dread that builds over the course of the book are killer. Black Sun was my favourite book by an Indigenous author this year including, unfortunately, Fevered Star. There’ve been two books of set-up so far and I hope the next book finally delivers. Honourable mention to Elatsoe by Darcie Little Badger, which is thoroughly charming and would’ve made the card if it was less of a suburban fantasy.
Shapeshifters: Comeuppance Served Cold by Marion Deeds I don’t have much to say about this one, other than it’s a delight and I used my other shapeshifter books elsewhere. The only one left was The Bird King, which felt laborious where Comeuppance Served Cold was light, breezy, and thrilling enough to knock out in one night.
No Ifs, Ands, or Buts: Hell Followed With Us by Andrew Joseph White I accidentally narrowed this square down to “Books About Trans Survival And Found Fantasy With Long Titles” when it came down to this YA tale of body horror and righteous anger, or to Light From Uncommon Stars’s examination of womanhood. The latter was ambitious but didn’t come together, the former was straightforward but managed to pull it off, and I’ve been more and more appreciative of some good ol’ rage these days.
Family Matters: Black Water Sister by Zen Cho Loved it. First book I read last April, parked itself in this square and refused to budge even when I *really* needed a HM Ifs, Ands, or Buts. It’s hard to get more family-centric than your grandmother coming back from the dead to scold you for not respecting your parents. It’s dark and resonant and somehow manages to not feel too heavy.
And there we have it! As of the time of typing, there are 3 minutes left in March and I just got a notification that my hold on Assassin’s Apprentice is released. Here’s hoping I can finagle it into tomorrow’s card!
2023.04.01 08:59 illiterateparsley re-post: reequil and lukewarm sunscreens and swiss beauty transluscent powder review
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skin type: combination/oily. acne and eczema prone
climate: hot and dry. lots of sun
usage timeline: 2 days
current routine(only for face):
am: cetaphil gentle cleanser, eucerin oil control spf 50+, qurez mattifying sunscreen spf50
pm: bioderma atoderm shower oil/garnier micellar water (oil in water type), tazarotene cream 0.1%, emolene+venusia max lotion mixed together, vaseline around the eyes and on the lips.
swiss beauty bake it away translucent loose powder:
most sunscreens look rly shiny on my oily skin so i usually pat some powder with a beauty blender on my face to avoid the comments from ppl lol. i’m on the fence w this one tbh. before this i was using the kay beauty one which i really liked.
i bought this bc it’s quite cheap and a lot of powder. it’s not bad it doesn’t leave much of a cast keeps my face shine free for a few hours but it does settle into my eyelid creases and around my mouth. it also has a slight grainy texture i think the particles arent as fine as the kay beauty one i think i’ll try applying with my fingers or a powder puff and applying slightly less and see if behaves any different.
3/5 not decided if i’ll repurchase or not but i will use it until it runs out
ingredients: Talc, Aluminum Starch Octenylsuccinate,Methylparaben ,Propylparaben , CI 77891,CI 77491, CI 77492, CI1940
reequil ultra matte dry touch sunscreen gel:
everyone and their mother on this subreddit loves this sunscreen so i finally decided to try it out when i saw it was 15% off on nykaa. i totally get what the hype is about omg this rly is matte!! usually i apply sunscreen on bare skin after cleansing but with this i do find it’s better w a moisturizer underneath (emolene).
the texture is very nice and spreadable but bc of the amount of oil absorbing particles in it it leaves like a slight cast almost like i’ve applied powder and not blended it out fully. it goes away after fifteen ish mins and it’s only really visible to me my family didn’t really notice anything off so i’m calling it a win. only con is it pilled a bit on reapplication.
ingredients: Cyclopentasiloxane and Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Caprylyl Methicone and PEG-10 Dimethicone/ PPG-20 Crosspolymer, Octinoxate, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, Diethylamino Hydroxybenzoyl Hexyl Benzoate, Diethylhexyl Butamido Triazone, Caprylyl Methicone, Zinc Oxide, Titanium Dioxide, Bis Ethylhexyloxyphenol Methoxyphenyl Triazine, Caprylic Capric Triglyceride, Physalis Angulata Extract, Diethylhexyl Syringylidenemalonate, Fragrance
id seen ads for this sunscreen for a while and wasn’t sure about it since it’s not a very well known brand but i’m glad i tried it. i ended up buying it bc i was curious about it. it’s a similar price point to reequil blue for a 100 ml tube and id never tried a sunscreen with tinosorb m.
it has both mineral and organic filters and surprisingly no whitecast so i assume the mineral filters are minimal compared to the chemical ones. good protection super easy to spread really moisturizing and not very shiny. smells faintly like carrots. not matte like the reequil one but it’s acceptable imo pretty natural finish. no pilling. cons are it takes like five to ten mins to dry down fully and they haven’t posted any kind of lab testing results (independent or not) to confirm the spf and pa value so i think i will only use this when i am indoors or going outside late afternoon/evening after 5 pm when the uv index isn’t that high. but i might give it a chance during the afternoons and see if it works or not. i’m also thinking of using it as a moisturizer underneath the reequil blue one.
ingredients: Tinosorb® M, Stearic Acid, Carrot Seed Extract, Raspberry Seed Extract, Cyclopentasiloxane, Titanium Dioxide, Zinc Oxide, Cetyl Alcohol, Octyl Methoxycinnamate, Triethanolamine Acetate, Carboxymethylcellulose, DMDM Hydantoin, Emulsifying Wax, Acrylate Cross Polymer C10-30, Methylparaben Sodium, Propylparaben Sodium, Glycerine, Demineralised Water, Fragrance & Permitted Colour
none of these appeared to irritate my acne or eczema( i usually know by the first one or two usages if a product worked for me or not). i was too lazy to patch test so i didnt do it but pls patch test before using new things dont be like me lol i was impatient.
thanks for reading!!
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|Bananatic||Kind of like Gamehag, various video game quests that you can complete.|
|photomath||Get paid for doing math.|
|Submithub||Make money with your spotify playlists/social media.|
|BUFF||Application that pays you to play video games.|
|Honeygain||Completely passive earning for your extra bandwidth, also available for desktop devices.|
|GameTester||Lets you playtest video games for rewards.|
|ebesucher||Another passive earning method for essentially giving traffic to different websites (surfbar).|
|Andromo||Build applications that you can later monetize.|
|COIN||Receive rewards for geomining and more!|
|FruitLab||Get paid for watching gameclips.|
|Honey||Save money and get cashback on your online purchases (browser extension).|
|Airtm||Convert giftcards and more into real money.|
|Cointiply||Bitcoin GPT website. Best website to earn crypto!|
|RollerCoin||Virtual bitcoin mining game.|
|FreeBitco.in||Probably most well known bitcoin faucet, check-in once an hour to do rolls.|
|Litepick||Faucet for earning Litecoin. (NEW!)|
|Freecash||GPT website where you can withdraw using multiple crypto options.|
|SweatFaucet||Faucet for Sweatcoin.|
|CoinPayU||Get paid for viewing ads.|
|CoinsBaron||Crypto surveys and GPT.|
|EarnCrypto||Crypto surveys and offers.|
|adBTC||Get paid in BTC for watching ads/autosurfing.|
|Idle-Empire||Crypto GPT website.|
|Crypto4Winners||Crypto investment fund.|
|PipeFlare||Earn crypto by playing.|
|Womplay||Play games for crypto.|
|Permission.io||Get paid for watching videos.|
|Publish0x||Earn crypto by blogging.|
|Litecoin Giveaway||Litecoin app that lets you earn LTC.|
|Free Bitcoin Cash||Similar to app above (same dev), just for Bitcoin Cash (BCH) instead.|
|Earn Litecoin||Application for earning Litecoin, just made by another developer.|
|Earn Bitcoin Cash||Application for earning BCH, same developer as Earn Litecoin.|
|CryptoTab||Browser built-in mining.|
|PaidViewpoint||Surveys. Make sure to visit at least once a day to keep consistently building up the trait score. Best surveys! High potential earnings once the trait score is built up.|
|surveyeah||Surveys. Has an Anrdoid application available called "OpinionAPP".|
|Surveytime||Surveys. No minimum withdrawal. Instant payments.|
|Pawns.app||Internet sharing app that has surveys available on mobile.|
|Freecash||GPT website with a separate survey section, many different options are available (CPX research, Bitlabs and more)|
|Testable Minds||Studies. Turn on browser notifications to be notified whenever a study is available as places are reserved extremely quickly.|
|PingPong||Studies. Don't forget to enable e-mail notifications in the settings menu.|
|MarketAgent||Surveys. Make sure to fill out the profile extension section!|
|MOBROG||Surveys. Also available on iOS/Android.|
|test.io||Website and software testing.|
|UserCrowd||UX testing (short tests).|
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2023.04.01 08:41 denaft Positive trade review with @Kellystan285 :) so so happy with my squish☺️ thank you for being such an amazing first trade <3
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