What up, Fug Nation! First and foremost, Heather and I are about to embark on our very first mini-book tour in support of our new YA novel, MESSY! We are very excited. Please come out and see us if we’re going to be in your city. Behold, the details:
Tuesday, July 17th: We’re having a pizza party (really!) at Books & Greetings in Northvale, New Jersey at 6pm! Questions? Want to make sure they’ll hold a copy for you?The book store is at (201) 784-2665.
Wednesday, July 18th: We will be at WORD Brooklyn in Brooklyn, NY, at 7pm. You can RSVP here — although you can also just show up.
Friday, July 20th: We’re popping over to Brookline Booksmith in Boston! The fun starts at 7pm, so please come on by.
As always, if you have questions, please ask and we shall answer!
– YES. The Coveteur covers Clueless. As if! (The Coveteur)
– You need to see Chris Hemsworth carrying around his tiny little baby. (Lainey Gossip)
– I’ve posted about Albrecht Muth and Viola Drath before, but the New York Times does their story justice. It’s got everything: murder, marriage, and madness. (NYT)
– Behold the twenty most beautiful museums in the world. These are AMAZING. 4 down, 16 to go. (Flavorwire)
– THE HISTORY OF PANTS. (The Atlantic)
– The Awl asks the question of our generation: Angela Lansbury, or Betty White? (The Awl)
– ALLEGEDLY, Solange doesn’t think Kim Kardashian is good enough for Beyonce. I take tabloid reports with a grain of salt, but I totally decided to believe this. (Celebitchy)
– This is a really great piece about Olympic moments — Mary Lou Retton (my girlhood idol) in particular. Read it. (The Hairpin)
– Speaking of, I have my doubts about the US Olympic team’s uniforms on many levels. The berets feel a little…off-message. (Time)
– Teens protest the Photoshopping at Teen Vogue; Teen Vogue‘s response maybe isn’t so great. (Buzzfeed)
– Melrose Place began 20 years ago. A) I’m old. B) I LOVE YOU AMANDA WOODWARD! (Vulture)