Nightstand: The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett by Chelsea Sedoti. A YA novel about a teenage girl gone missing – but with a twist. I’m not very far into this one, but it’s intriguing so far. I need to reserve judgement until I see where the plot is going.
Coffee table: The Ballroom by Anna Hope. This one was rather dark – it’s set in an insane asylum on a Yorkshire moor in the early 1900’s. – but I actually really enjoyed. There’s a lot of beauty in the story, despite its bleak setting. It’s not just a miseryfest.
On the balcony: My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante. I’ve been hearing about these books for years, but am only just now getting around to trying them myself. I just started; can’t wait to really dive in.
This guy travels the world with his pet chicken, Monique. I’m on board.
The most inspirational ways to carve watermelon. This sounds boring, but I promise it’s not.
Llamas nearly ruined the Tour-de-France, and they weren’t the first animals to try!
Let’s talk about grillz. Yes, grillz.
Game of Thrones jewelry designer announces his own Khaleesi-inspired collection.
Amateur archaeologists stumble upon largest trove of Viking gold ever found in Denmark.
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