Did you think I forgot about Wednesday Link Party this week? WRONG! I just moved it to Friday, which is one of the perks of having your own blog. You can move days around and no one can stop you! Just TRY! Anyway, my week has been consumed with work. H. and I haven’t even been able to watch the X-Files, which is a next-level tragedy. But you didn’t come here to hear about how I don’t have time to watch David Duchovny, did you? You came for the links. Let’s get to it!
As someone who’s been involved in the planning process for some bachelorette parties, I can verify that this post on The Toast is hilariously, upsettingly accurate.
This article about Stephen King and his family of writers is perfect. If you haven’t read it, get ready for a treat.
I think I’m too old/square for 40 Days of Dating (and also I haven’t dated for, oh, 8 years, so…), but I can’t deny that it’s incredibly interesting.
Jim Rash has a new show where he interviews the writing staffs of shows. Note to self: see if we get the Sundance channel.
Hilary T. Smith interviews The Rejectionist (Sarah McCarry) about her new (YA!) book.
George Saunders gave the commencement speech for Syracuse and it’s exactly as earnest/moving as you’d expect.
This article about Grace Helbig made me want to work harder. The woman’s a machine!
Paleo diet alternatives: “Surprisingly, even the humble daddy longlegs is not really a spider. DO NOT EAT A DADDY LONGLEGS.”
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