A book can teach you to consider experiences from more than one perspective. Sometimes we forget that there’s more to life than just our angle.
What is life is probably the existential question every novel hopes to address in fifty thousand words or less. I’ve read my fair share of such stories and still don’t have the answer.
We’re old souls. While the rest of you came into the world shiny and new, we were practically born vintage.
If you’re looking to no longer feel alone in your grief read “Dogs of Babel” by Carolyn Parkhurst.
This book will raise your confidence. It will help you become comfortable in your skin. It will remind you that you’re lucky to be a woman–because women kick ass.
These are the books I return to when I need help, guidance, solace in my life.
The Fever by Megan Abbot: It’s about a teenager that has a seizure during class. It sets off a chain reaction of sickness that no one is able to explain.
Have you ever wanted to orgasm in the middle of the dance floor? What about in the bathroom stall of a five-star restaurant? Or on the train ride home? Then you’re going to want to read this novel (preferably while you’re beneath the sheets).
Do not date a girl who reads if you are not willing to stay with her until the epilogue; if you are just here for a chapter or two.
Basically, long before I got drunk and tried my hand at writing, I was a fan of the website.