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Just Desserts Recipe 5: Pirate’s Revenge & Piña Colada Cake

Delicious Vengeance on the High Seas

Piña Colada Cake draws out the fruity notes in a robust Pirate’s Revenge, blending sweet, tropical flavors with just the slightest hint of rum and lemon (to keep scurvy at bay). Read more.

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Finding Self-Respect (Part 2)

An illustrated essay of on recognizing your value

Looking into my past, I see that one of the most important things to me was being liked by others. Read more.

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Big Girls Don’t Crush

Right???

When you think you're too old for the shoujo romances of your youth, and yet! Read more.

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Clitty Cat’s Innocent Summer Love

A first love just like any other

Long walks on the beach, new love, and human skulls — the summer romance of the cutest cat we know. Read more.

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Clamour Book Reviews

In which a rook is moved by the words of another, and a witch is not

A new book of the past, an old book of murder, and the place of violence. Read more.

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Finding Self-Respect (Part 1)

An illustrated essay of self discovery

When people told me I lack self respect, I would draw a blank. Read more.

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Romance Roundtable #1: Bought: One Husband

Let's take this husband back to the Husband Store

Welcome to Romance Roundtable: a feature where all four editorial POME Crones gather together to discuss a Harlequin romance manga. Today we’re discussing BOUGHT: ONE HUSBAND by Diana Hamilton  (Author) and Motoyo Fujiwara (Illustrator) -- a tragic tale of love, fake identities, sibling face-cupping, and disappearing half-ponytails. Read more.

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Clamour Book Reviews

In which a familiar analyzes magickal texts, and a witch says nothing

This week, the proprietors of Clamour Books and Tomes ruminate on various magical systems devised by mortals, and on the power of telling your own story. Read more.

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Clamour Book Reviews

In which a rook and his mistress read books, and speak of them

Clamour Books and Tomes is an old book shop in an even older part of town. Customers can always come by the store and see what books the pair has read recently — the proprietress might not answer, but the rook always has opinions to share. Read more.