Nightstand: The Crimson Petal and the White by Michel Faber. Still workin’ on this one. I like to read it and then put it down for a while. It’s not at all the relationship I normal have with books, but I’m enjoying it.
Coffee table: H Is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald. I’m only about a third of the way into this, but I really like it.
In a blanket nest with some tea: Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon. This book is so good!! I read a library copy and I already want to buy it so I can read it again. Highly recommended.
This article about “what female-friendly restaurants think women want” makes me want to punch some restaurateurs in the face.
Some Fun, Nasty, Dreadful Facts About Victorian Shits. Please note that the title of this article is not figurative. If you don’t want to hear about poo, don’t click.
This Video of a Doctor Calming Babies Is So Freaking Calming. Because who doesn’t need a little soothing this time of year?
The NYPL prepares to transfer its research stacks to a high-tech underground bunker.
Elizabeth Taylor Ran A Secret HIV Drug Ring To Treat Patients. Because she was a magical unicorn of a woman.
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