Three things I like: sweet red wine, realistic smelling candles, Star Wars
Currently reading: Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders
This spellbinding, multi-faceted novel is everything you could want-- thrill, fantastic imagery, realistic voices, and originality. I won't spoil it for you because you seriously need to read this book.
One Plus One incorporates all things Moyes is excellent at. With a main character you can't help but love and feel bad for aside a main character you want to smack across the face, you'll laugh the entire way through. Don't worry, though, because these dynamic relationships are much more than just laughs. Moyes has many enticing books, but this one takes complexity, love, and life's journeys to a whole new level.
Groff is a master of the phrase "looks can be deceiving", because this book may be about two people in love, but it is layered beyond belief. You will be blown away.
Jim Gaffigan. Enough said.
OkCupid, Tinder, Grindr, Match, Plenty of Fish, Christian Mingle...
You name it, a dating website for it exists. Ansari and Klinenberg detail the facts behind the massive upswing in online dating and endless love options at our fingertips in a way that doesn't make it seem so daunting or hard to understand. You'll laugh, you'll cringe, and you'll definitely consider re-downloading your favorite dating app.
These celeb interviews are anything but typical. Apatow makes you realize that celebrities are people with a lot of money that you can be jealous of, but maybe be friends with, too.