The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold;
Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov;
The White Oleander by Janet Fitch;
Oceano Mare by Alessandro Baricco (don't hate);
An Education by Lynn Barber;
and a few more I can't think of right now.
I read A LOT. I'm no snob, I like books as much as I like fashion
blogs. I mostly read novels and classics, I'm also quite into
sociology and I'd like to get my head around biographies too, at
Movies (oh boy):
Leon, Almost Famous, The social Network, Heavenly Creatures,
American History X, Twelve Angry Men, This is England, Lost in
Traslation, The Cube, Piano Lessons, An Education, Reality Bites,
Cracks, th Wrestler, Mysterious Skin, Whatever Happened to Baby
Jane? and Conversations With Other Women among others.
So yeah, I'm a movie junkie (I went to film school after
I never was too much into it, like fidning the most indie bands
ever to play it cool or anything like that. People are kinda
creeped out by my attitude even now than I'm no longer a gloomy
teen (now I'm a gloomy YOUNG WOMAN).
So, at the moment I'm really into Ben Howard, Lana del Rey,
Florence and the Machine, Mumford and Sons, First Aid Kit and
If you can teach me anything about jazz I'll bake you a cake (lol
no I'm a horrible cooker, I was just saying so 'cause the whole
purpose of this is for me to look nice and interesting therefore
desirable, ain't life a bitch.)
Well I already said that I'm a horrible cooker, so I guess I'll
kinda like any kind of food as long as it's eatable and therefore
most likely not cooked by me.