I would like one of each if possible. Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell. Wicked and the Wallflower by Sarah MacLean. I've heard it described as afrofuturism which is a term I've heard before, but am maybe not as familiar with as I'd like to be. I love how you never knew if they were going to kill or kiss each other.
Alisha. i have long, dark hair, and pretty blue eyes. i have been told many times that i'm very pretty and i highly doubt that you will be disappointed. i hate to sound so arrogant but i understand how important looks are to some people. i take great pride in my appearance and you can be assured that i will do my absolute best to look classy and impeccable, both when clothed and unclothed!
On Beauty by Zadie Smith.
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Recently, I have loved reading Dumplin', Size 12 is Not Fat, Duff, and Bet Me because they featured characters I could relate to physically who were described positively and had a happy ending that didn't involve them losing a lot of weight. Non monogamous unicorn and parent Evita joins Sam and Akua to discuss being in triads and raising children while poly. In this episode we discuss: Thank you so much: Dear Jenn and Amanda, I am going to Kyuquot British Columbia for a kayaking trip in August and would love any reading recommendations for books about this area or sea otters.