Since I don't really have many books to talk about today, here, instead, are some of my favorite things from the internet this month:
- This Muslim man stood blindfolded in the center of Paris and asked for hugs from strangers. I'll be honest, I needed to see this--thanks so much to Emily for sharing on Twitter.
- Patrick Rothfuss revealed a Cards Against Humanity fantasy-themed expansion pack (you know you need this)
- I could spend all day refreshing this site of Tom Haverford themed food names: http://tomhaverfoods.com/ All. Day.
- I wrote about cookbooks for Martha Stewart Weddings; yes, it's called "Cookbooks for Newlyweds," but really, these are cookbooks for anyones.
- There's an early preview of Hulu's TV adaptation of Stephen King's 11/22/63 floating around out there. I loved this book (my first foray into King's work!) and can't wait to see how they adapt it for the screen.
- I'm reminding myself--and the internet, because I wrote about it--why I made my silly list of 30 things to do before I turn 30, especially in the context of this crazy, mixed-up world we live in today.
I'll be back for next month's round-up post with more books to talk about, I promise. In the meantime, may your last few days of November be full of thankfulness and turkey and whatever brings you peace.