Sometimes, we look to our friends to be better people. Since you probably just rang in the New Year watching all of your friends sing badly and injure themselves while intoxicated, maybe you're looking for a role model who's a little more respectable.
Sometimes publishers reject books for legitimate reasons, like if a book contains immature prose or an uninteresting concept, or if it bears too much similarity to a book the publisher has recently released. But other times, publishers reject books for simply ridiculous reasons, i.e.
Sometimes I get so engrossed in a book that I forget how long I've been sitting in one spot. I'm sure you are familiar with the feeling. Whatever you're reading is so much more interesting than wherever you actually are that you wish you could dive into your book and live in its world instead.
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Love triangles are all over literature. They're complex, dramatic, and wildly unpredictable (err—sometimes entirely predictable). These interconnected love affairs get so tangly and confusing, but their circumstances and characters can seem similar from one story to the next.
I'm a bit of a loner. Always have been, convinced I always will be. But that doesn't stop me from going on dates. I like dates. I like people. People are interesting. Here are five of my worst Tinder stories as told through famous literary characters.