Requested by @ChrisK
  1. Why Not Me? by @mindy
    I low-key cried on a flight as I finished this book. I want to live inside the feeling I had as I read the last pages. I so struggle with my privilege and my relationship to my parents and their money and the opportunities it's given me and the crushing weight of the pressure to do something with all the potential it's offered me.
  2. Not That Kind of Girl by @lenadunham
    What's that? A girl talking about the complex reality of her sexual assault and the shitshow of feels that results? 🙋🏼it's so easy to forget that we are not the only ones who are dealing with shit. And that it doesn't make us broken, it makes us real.
  3. The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S Lewis
    Eternally grateful to have read these for the first time as an adult. "Kid books" for life. Aslan, come at me.
  4. Harry Potter
  5. The Babysitters Club
    Often fantasized about being Claudia.