The Paris Wife by Paula McLain
Set during a remarkable time, the same period as Ernest Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast and The Sun Also Rises, Paula McLain’s The Paris Wife brilliantly captures the voice and heart of Hadley Hemingway as she struggles with her roles as a woman—wife, lover, muse, friend, and mother—and tries to find her place in the intoxicating and tumultuous world of Paris in the twenties. (Random House)
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This would be a great book for those of you who are, say, hot off a two week dominatrix binge with Christian Grey. The Paris Wife is romantic, ominous, and beautifully written.
So, for today:
Step 1: Buy this book.
Step 2: Find a pool.
Step 3: Shake your fist at the sky and ask, “Where did spring go?”
Step 4: Enjoy the day, but you know, always remember why you have it…
Reading is always good for the mind (even if it is NYT best selling smut porn).