Ghana Must Go by Taiye Selasi It seems like I’ve been putting this one off for a while but I’m excited to start.
I’ve never been one to jump on a social media photo trend but this is too awesome; came across this site while doing my nightly penance on Reddit. Here’s the site first: http://www.visualnews.com/2014/02/27/weve-got-covered-people-matching-bodies-book-covers/ And here are a few examples: Can this become a thing? NO. Really. I’m serious. All we need is a catchy name…
Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh. I’ve been a fan of her blog (same as the book title) since I found it while browsing reddit a while back. It’s always been honest, hilarious and right on point. Glad I invested in the book. You will want to read it over and over again and…
I can’t stop buying books. I’m no where near caught up on my reading but I couldn’t resist spending most of my lunch break at Strand Bookstore today.
George R.R. Martin to finish the next book.
Look at this amazingly photogenic cat. He’s a jerk but he looks good in pictures. From the neck up, of course.
Planning. Writing. Fighting. Hoping. This is my Saturday night. Title Reference: Fighters by Lupe Fiasco Ft. Matthew Santos http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrOoX6xGntc
While I’ve seen the movie, I have never read the book so I could not pass it up when I saw it for $4.98 in the bargain section of Barnes. I’m 20 pages in. The most engaging read since I read The Goddess Chronicle.
One of my favorite quotes in one of my favorite books. The Little Prince. So beautiful in it’s simplicity.
I took this last fall. I couldn’t resist. I hope for this level of companionship at their age. What I couldn’t capture was how they were smiling and leaning on each other as they continued to hold hands while walking down the street.