Just when you think you've read the whole Internet...there's more!
Fun reads this week:
How Murder, She Wrote Became an Unexpected Social-Media Style Inspiration. Jessica Fletcher's style is the best. I would wear this. I kind of already do. (Vanity Fair.)
How Hollywood Is Getting Back in the Agatha Christie Business. Apparently Agatha Christie is trendy again. (Not that she ever went out of style in my books. Hardy-har-har. "Books.") Did you know she wrote her first novel at the age of 30? And then wrote 65 MORE OF THEM?! (Hollywood Reporter)
Related: Hollywood's 25 Most Powerful Authors 2016. (Hollywood Reporter)
Honestly, Why Do Clutches Even Exist? Good question. Apparently we can blame the flappers. (Racked)
Survey: People Aren’t Happiest Until They Reach Age 33. This is old-ish news, but only relevant to me as of recently. (TIME)
Mockup Editor. More playing than reading, but still...I could design my dream office space for hours on this site. (My current desk is a tiny section of a dirty kitchen counter. Probably just like Jane Austen's.)
This House Costs Just $20,000—But It’s Nicer Than Yours. Toronto is expensive, y'all. I'll have two, please! (Co.Exist)
Framed. This is the craziest true-crime story you're going to read in a while. Spoiler: If you try to ruin someone's life, you might ruin your own instead. (Los Angeles Times)
Dee Dee Wanted Her Daughter To Be Sick, Gypsy Wanted Her Mom To Be Murdered. Ignore what I said earlier. THIS is the craziest true-crime story. (Buzzfeed)
The 50 'Gilmore Girls' episodes you need to watch before the revival. This is VERY important. (Revelist)
What did you read this week?