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Jul 26
6

I just finished The Mirror and The Light (the last book in Hilary Mantel’s Wolfhall trilogy). I don’t think that I liked it quite as much as the first two, but Wolfhall and Bring Up the Bodies are two of my all time favorites, so that’s relative. Read more

Jul 25
2

Fair enough. Yeah I cant imagine the extra craziness of trying to navigate this while being immunocompromised.

Jul 25
4

Yeah im totally sure it would vary with potential dates. And I do go through phases where I'm quite happy not to date right now, but other times not so much. 

Jul 25
4

Yeah I hear you, and if I’m honest I haven’t bothered too much with it myself this year. But then I’ll go through intense phases where I get stressed about the idea that it feels really inaccessible right now, for all the reasons discussed.) Not that I’ve ever been great at online dating to be fair, but it always felt Read more

Jul 25
6

Yes exactly. Like I would have to trust someone so much before I was willing to get physical with them, but how do you get to that point with someone you meet on an app?

Jul 25
5

This is a good question and I very much wish i had an answer of any kind for that. 

Jul 25
7

Exactly this. Any guy that would want to hook up right now gets major side eye. And yet....

Jul 16
1

It's dark as hell and open to a lot of critiques, but it's got a group of insanely compelling characters.

Jul 16
8

So...this is kind of a wierd answer, but has anyone read The Sparrow by Mary Doria Russell? The book is dark as hell, but the main character in it...I don't think I've ever been as attracted to a fictional character as I was to Emilio Sandoz. A good looking ex Puerto Rican priest who is a brilliant linguist, a Mel Read more

Jun 18
8

This is amazing! Especially after the good news on Monday, I figured there was no way we'd get lucky twice.

Jun 11
1

I just saw this but I’m in as well;) I have an e-version that I was planning to start soon.