Yes, this post title is lame. But accurate!
In no particular order:
1. Finished E. Lockhart's Ruby Oliver quartet. Love, love, love. Do not assume -- as I did-- that these books are fluffy stuff. Because they are not. They are funny and clever and amazingly layered and have stuck in my brain making me ponder women and men and the varied nature of feminism and other things. More soon.
2. And then there's THIS!! on the EpicReads site at Harper Collins! Do you see FINDING PARIS??
I am dancing, people! Just dancing!!
3. Had a great trip to Nashville where we ate biscuits and gravy here:
And also listened to music a million places and went to the Grand Ole Opry and posed with cowboy boots on Broadway:
4. Am reading Lena Dunham's NOT THAT KIND OF GIRL and loving it. It's easy to assume that Lena Dunham is simply Hannah Horvath but with better posture but she is not. She is brilliant and thoughtful and f-ing funny.
5. And speaking of pop culture, if you are not watching JANE THE VIRGIN on the CW, you need to be. Seriously. Do not let the title throw you. It pays homage to tele novellas, it is well-acted, it blends Spanish and English seamlessly and it is cleverly written and smart and funny and sweet. I am telling you, I love this show. And you should love it, too.
6. And speaking of TV, last nite's Blacklist was certainly timely in terms of the Ebola scare. Also, what does Lizzie have in the locked room? And how does James Spader manage to delight me so much with each line he delivers?
I could go on, but I've got a deadline to meet and agent Jen is getting antsy.
Til next time.