You Want Your Interesting? You Got Your...
BIG HUGE NEW WEBCOMIC STORY. acescomic: ES- Game-changer! Or, I guess, gay-changer… KS- I’ve been looking forward to doing this story with Aces for a long time. I hope you guys are looking forward to our characters getting into some serious hot water… because that’s exactly what’s about to happen.
I love Los Angeles. I know a lot of people go there and they see just a huge...– David Lynch, Catching The Big Fish I saw this float across my dash a few times last month, but I’m reblogging it now because I get it. In the last week, I’ve forced myself to leave my office at lunchtime, and each time, I can’t help but gasp. The light, even in smelly downtown with highrises, is so...
Are You Trying to Ruin Me Forever?
acescomic: ES: I think “friends, whatever” defines Fifth’s attitude toward personal relationships. “Friend-slash-butlers” now THAT’S where it’s at. KS: I could resist making Fifth and Rosie do the walking-backwards-and-bumping-into-each-other-and-having-an-awkward-mini-conversation-about-it. Block comedy is the cutest!
Book Club: A Web Series--A Review →
My piece for Book Riot this week.
A Very Short Review
rachelfershleiser: nyrbclassics: “Her brothers weren’t the only smart ones.” —- a “Very Short Review” by Tyler Cowen in The New York Times Magazine’s “The One Page Magazine” Let’s hear it for the laaayyyyydeeeeeeez!
Aces: Misery Loves Besties →
acescomic: ES: I can’t stand the word “cupboard” and it’s uncomfy pronunciation. These blogs always respond to the most relevant part of the page. KS: I need to get Fifth’s jogging outfit for every boy I know, stat. (This is because I think it’s handsome and am attracted to it) PS. Those of you on…
A Certain Blonde Book Clerk With Too Many Feelings
Pages of my webcomic that take place in a bookstore PART FOUR acescomic: KS- Um, who wishes they had a butler/chauffeur for a best friend? Everybody should be raising their hands. ES- Kit and I decided that the only perfect human being in the Ace-o-verse is Crighton. He can do no wrong.
Aces: Matchmaker, Matchmaker →
Pages of my webcomic that take place in a bookstore PART THREE acescomic: KS- There’s nothing more fun than playing matchmaker, matchmaker, make me a match and setting friends up with each other. I’ve done it a bunch by accident, I’ll write a play and two of the actors will get together, or an actor and the director, or an actor and the stage manager, or the…
It's Only Awkward if You Let it be
Pages of my webcomic that take place in a bookstore PART TWO acescomic: KS- Young,liberal,vaguely artsy straight girls, you all have this friend, you know it’s true. Some of you have, like, eight. ES- Oh, I’m the one with eight! But who cares? No big deal? I want mooooooore.
Aces: Okay, One More TWILIGHT Joke Before They... →
Pages of my webcomic that take place in a bookstore PART ONE acescomic: Okay, KS- This is what happens when you (re: me) write comics 18 months in advance. Twilight who, Stephenie Meyer what? It was a big thing back when I was growing up 18 months ago, you guys! Now all the girls are lining up at Barnes and Noble to buy… I don’t know, “The Vampire Diaries?”…
Portrait of a Girl and Her Raincloud
Me and my sister’s webcomic is on Tumblr now! Come follow us and be our friends pals and pallerinas. Below, today’s page. acescomic: ES: Goddamit, Fifth! As if every reader weren’t already unavailingly in love with you, you had to pull out the jogging outfit! KS: Me and Ems put in a solid few minutes discussing Fifth’s jogging outfit. You would be amazed how much time we spend...
Have you scrolled through a comments thread lately? The internet IS a horror...– Authors, Bloggers, and When the Internet Feels Like A Low-Budget Horror Movie | BOOK RIOT (via bookriot)
W. W. Norton: The Bangs →
This is why I wear bangs. wwnorton: Don’t let your hand brush back the bang of hair that veils your cherub brow. It too speaks of you; on my road, it’s my whole horizon, my only light, it and the jades circling your wrist; the curtain your dispensations spread in the tumult of sleep; the wing on which you move unharmed,…
Things to Worry About →
Because when Dads are good, they are very, very good. vikingpenguinbooks: In 1933, renowned author F. Scott Fitzgerald ended a letter to his 11-year-old daughter, Scottie, with a list of things to worry about, not worry about, and simply think about. It read as follows… . Lists of Note
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