We’ve got Doritos, a stack of Cosmo sex quizzes and an epic mixtape ready to go — Sarah and Jen are talking about road trips and the inevitable smooching that comes with them in romance!
Next week, we’re back to the Rage Demonarchy Duology with Kiss of A Demon King — where we get the full wrap up of the plot of the second in the duology, and the wrap up of the plot of Dark Desires After Dusk. We’ve seen Rydstrom total his McLaren and get abducted by Sabine, who is not only Queen of Illusions but also his Fated Mate and he’s not feeling great about this at all (Spoiler: We feel very great about this.) We’ll be joined by the fabulous Jenny Nordbak from The Wicked Wallflowers podcast for part of the conversation, and it will be a longer episode than usual because of that!
- Texas is very big, everyone.
- Here's some interesting facts about Starbucks.
- Jen had no idea how posting horses worked until Elisabeth Lane asked on Twitter. (Sarah knew.)
- Looking for books with carriage sex? Twitter has recs for you.
- Learn more about the Gilded Age in America.
- New York's Grand Central Station is absolutely magical.
- Hildene, a museum of Lincoln's family home, has a full-scale reproduction of an amazing private rail car...It's amazing how someone on Twitter will always know the good things.
- All about bustles.
- Trading Places is a 1983 comedy with Eddie Murphy and Dan Ackroyd, and the blog Obscure Train Movies has an extensive break down of the train scenes from the movie.
- The Ani Difranco poem Sarah mentioned is called Self-Evident.
- Buy yourself a set of butterfly swords for $500. JK. That's probably a really bad idea.
- Here's an overview of the Tang Dynasty, and its capital Chang'an.
- If you haven't seen Mad Max Fury Road you should probably drop everything and take care of it.
- In case you were wondering what the world looked like in 750, Time Maps has you covered.
- Here's a list of rich heroines/poor heroes from goodreads.
- A quick summary of Pygmalion, and if you happen to be in New York City, you can go see My Fair Lady at Lincoln Center.
- Sarah talks about Tom Hardy a lot on Twitter. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
- Apparently, it is Low and High Fantasy, and Reddit talked about the differences between them.
- There's a Slurpee twitter account, which shouldn't really surprise anyone if you think about it.
- Whoops, it's my Mom.