eakies:

getting a note on a super old post

zubat:    [dog voice] oof

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masteradept:

duchessofdeviance:

securelyinsecure:

Clair Huxtable shutting down men’s outdated opinions on female menstruation (◡‿◡✿)

Clair was always dropping truth bombs…

but why we still saying this stuff 30 years later?

Patriarchy is the answer.

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katiecoyle:

rachelfershleiser:

Open-Mouthed Selfie of Joy with a lady book for ladies and also *horrors* teenaged girls!
Do you guys know Katie Coyle? She’s one of the smartest people I know. Hi Katie!



Rachel Fershleiser’s Hands Holding Books I Wrote, Part One in a Series! 

Rachel Fershleiser’s Glasses Coordinating With Book Covers She’s Holding, Probs an Everyday Occurrence for Her, TBH.

mad, mad jealous.

katiecoyle:

rachelfershleiser:

Open-Mouthed Selfie of Joy with a lady book for ladies and also *horrors* teenaged girls!

Do you guys know Katie Coyle? She’s one of the smartest people I know. Hi Katie!

Rachel Fershleiser’s Hands Holding Books I Wrote, Part One in a Series! Rachel Fershleiser’s Glasses Coordinating With Book Covers She’s Holding, Probs an Everyday Occurrence for Her, TBH.

mad, mad jealous.

awrrex:

gnarly:

the older I get, the more I understand squidwards anger

You either die Spongebob, or live long enough to see yourself become Squidward.

The internet isn’t really capable of a measured response. Once you’re on the front page of the internet, it doesn’t matter if you’re getting scorn or praise — you’ll almost certainly get more than you deserve.

On an old-but-gold episode of the excellent TLDR podcast, WNYC’s Alex Goldman drops some timeless wisdom on the nature of the web. 

For a definitive manifesto on handling the internet’s unmeasured response, see Anne Lamott’s brilliant essay, then revisit Daniel Dennett on how to criticize with kindness.

coolator:

Batman v Superman looks amazing

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the-fault-in-our-youtubers:

the internet summed up in one gif set

condenasttraveler:

The Best and Worst States for Summer Road Trips

bookoisseur:

wonderali:

chrisprattdelicious:

Chris Pratt: New EW Portraits

I believe you were looking for these,
magnetgirl

NU UH SHUT UP BABY RACCOON

robintalley:

firstdraftwithsarahenni:

A conversation with Robin Talley, author of LGBT YA novels, including LIES WE TELL OURSELVES, out Sept. 30 with Harlequin Teen. We talk diversity in YA, the importance of a writing community, and hear a few special cameos from her tuxedo cat, Javert.

Show Notes:

Gossip Girl by Cecily von Ziegesar

Maureen Johnson The Bermudez Triangle, now known as On The Count of Three

David Levithan Boy Meets Boy and Two Boys Kissing

Robin’s agent Jim McCarthy https://twitter.com/JimMcCarthy528

Caroline RichmondJessica Spotswood, and Miranda Kinneally

Memoirs set in Virginia about desegregation include The Norfolk 17 by Andrew Heidelberg

I Am J by Chris Beam

None of the Above by I. W. Gregorio

Far From You by Tess Sharpe

#WeNeedDiverseBooks BEA panel discussion

Rapture Practice by Aaron Hartzler

Doing this podcast with Sarah was so much fun! We sort of talked about everything ever. And my cat kept trying to get involved…

Introducing: The First Draft Podcast

firstdraftwithsarahenni:

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I’m so excited to be launching First Draft, a podcast featuring interviews with young adult and middle grade authors and other bookish folk.

I’m taking an epic road trip to interview authors where they live, or in places that inspire them, getting a glimpse into how place impacts the creative life. (The map above is an approximation of my road trip route… Though the itinerary seems to change daily!)

Follow this blog and @FirstDraftPod on Instagram to keep up with my Lewis-and-Clark journey west, and check out @FirstDraftPod on Twitter for more updates on upcoming interviews!

You can check out the first interview, with Sumayyah Daud, here and at iTunes!

Have thoughts or suggestions? Try my ask box or shoot me an email at sarah@firstdraftpod.com !

parksandrecthings:

THE GREATEST LESLIE LINE

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