Nightstand: Olive Kitteridge by Elizabeth Strout. I like this book, but it’s gotten so sad near the end that I keep needing to take breaks.
Coffee table: Seraphina by Rachel Hartman. A new(ish) fave that I’m rereading. I have a Book Riot post brewing in my head about this one, but it might involve stronger personal feelings than I’m willing to talk about on the internet.
Kindle: A Highly Unlikely Scenario, or a Neetsa Pizza Employee’s Guide to Saving the World: A Novel by Rachel Cantor. This book is either nonsense or totally brilliant. I’m more than halfway through and still don’t know which.
Audiobook: Song of the Lioness #3: The Woman Who Rides Like A Man (The Song of the Lioness) by Tamora Pierce. FINALLY have this back after my library loan expired and I had to get back on the wait list!
Here’swith the minds behind the gorgeous jewelry line, Sylva & Cie.
I am loving this post about the glories of the great Donna Meagle. TREAT YO’ SELF.
Presented without comment: bridesmaids in rompers.
This “Avoid humans” app is pretty self-explanatory.
Yay, Ke$ha!! Welcome back. You’re still my fave.
My buddies at Mervis Diamonds are leading the charge for marring bling equality! There’s a paragraph about them in this WSJ article.
Would you ever pick out a perfume online? Pinrose claims to have found a way to help guide people to their ideal scent through a quiz that involve a series of photo/feelings associations.