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Man Repeller: Seeking Love, Finding Overalls
Leandra Medine’s first book, Man Repeller: Seeking Love, Finding Overalls, is a whirlwind of beautiful clothing and love stories so enjoyable...
13 Book Titles That Would Make Great Nail Polish Colors
If you’ve ever perused the nail polish section of your local drugstore, you’ve surely noticed some of the bizarre names of the colors....
The 6 Celebrities In My Dream Book Club
My regular book club members are just lovely, but a gal can fantasize, right? Here are the celebs I’d love to hang and bond over literature with. Anthony...
My Guilty Pleasure Reading List
If you’re looking to get a little bit girly with your guilt, you’ve come to the right place. 1. A Little Bit Wicked : Life, Love, and Faith In Stages,...
5 Books To Get You Through a Breakup
Breaking up is hard to do, but the aftermath is even harder. Pick up some of these pick-me-ups and get back in the game! The Breakup Bible, by Rachel...
9 Tips on How to Be an Adult
Kelly Williams Brown’s self-help manual for twenty-somethings reads like an encyclopedia of the best advice from the best moms and dads, except Brown...
Five Things that Surprised Me About Roald Dahl’s MATILDA
The Tony awards are this Sunday, and acclaimed new musical Matilda is one of the most-nominated shows. To celebrate Matilda‘s ascension to Broadway...
Hilarious Summer Reads from Female Comics
Mindy Kaling’s Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns) (not to mention Tina Fey’s Bossypants) are the perfect summer reads....
Which American Girl Are You?: Old School Edition
The OGs of the American Girl franchise keep retiring like it’s their job. Let’s pour some tea out for our fallen, pint-size heroes, then...
Who’s Your Game Of Thrones Girlfriend?
TGGOTIB (Thank God Game of Thrones is back)! Am I right?!? The show has it all—drama, blood, nudity, evil teens, dragons, and more blood! We love the...
5 Classics I’ve Never Read
1984 called… and reminded me that I still haven’t read it! What can I say? Once I graduated from school, I unleashed the chains of reading...