I saw a tweet the other day. I can’t recall the exact verbiage of the post but it went along the lines of “Barnes & Noble has Infinite Jest out on their stands because someone wants to prove they actually read it.” I guess by writing this I feel like I’m trying to prove something. I have read it. I thought it was excellent and probably one of the most unique books I have read. It’s clunky at first but it either smooths itself out or you become used to it by page 250, give or take. I want to read it with a group or a least another person, so I’m trying to convince my girlfriend to read it with me this summer.
Hey guys. No post today. I am taking a one week sabbatical. I’m close to finishing a draft and I want to focus more of my time on getting that done so I can get to editing. I will be back next week but I might only post bi-weekly for the next month or so. I will keep y’all updated. If you need your TWJ fix, I have a decently long archive that can keep you entertained for the afternoon. Thanks, everyone.
Oh no! A celebrity you are aware of but not a fan of has died. And in an age of rapid information sharing and crippling social anxiety being a meme, you panic. You have to show your support for your friends who are fans of these passed celebrities. Here are some tips for surviving a celebrity death.