Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie hotness at the Frankfurt Book Fair for @LitsyFeministBookClub
The NYT called Tamasin Day-Lewis "the Stevie Nicks of cooking," so you know I downloaded all her books ~immediately~
Just released in the UK, and I can't stop reading it. Sad, beautiful, and very very true.
Totally enthralling. Just like the reader-within-the-book I have no idea what's going to happen and can't put it down. Tom Ford apparently has great taste in books.
Pure joy from start to finish. My whole office is obsessed with this one.
"I promise the postcard should make sense once you're read the book." I'm...intrigued?
If you haven't already read & loved Bitch Planet, please let Kelly Sue DeConnick's talk here be your inspiration: http://99u.com/videos/51509/kelly-sue-deconnick-how-to-make-people-uncomfortable...
"The Bloody Chamber is often wrongly described as fairy tales given a feminist subversive twist. In fact these are new stories, not retellings." --Helen Simpson