A First Look at Keke Palmer in Broadway’s Cinderella.
It’s supposed to be hard. If it wasn’t hard, everyone would do it. The hard… is what makes it great.
A League of Their Own (via istartedoutonburgundy)
Falling Into Place, by Amy Zhang
Author Zhang is herself a high-school student, and her gorgeous debut novel takes an utterly fresh look at the strangling effects of bullying—from the perspective of the bully. Liz is her school’s queen bee, the kind of girl who can explode someone’s reputation between lunch and English without breaking a sweat…but that ability has all but killed off her will to live. When she drives her car into a tree on an icy road, it’s an event carefully engineered to look like an accident. The book jumps around between the days before and after the crash, as her life goes to shreds, then her body battles to cling to it. It’s sad without being maudlin, and life-affirming without being treacly. Readers still riding high off the month of If I Stay should pick this up posthaste.
I am controlled by careless remarks made years ago.
This is such a beautiful way to phrase it!
The 90’s welcomes you to the internet.
OH MY GAWD