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Oil painting by Antonio Santin
November 2, 2018
The Five Senses
Why Little Miss Sunshine is Special. Looking back on the 2006 film and how it addresses human flaws, weakness, family, and emotional strength. 
The Myth of the Tortured Artist and romanticizing mental illness in artists and creativity. The Art Assignment looks to see if there is a link between creativity and mental illness. 
How to Talk Like a Man But Still Be Seen As a Woman.
How to get better at dating apps. I've always been fascinated with dating apps and their algorithms, how they work, and the etiquette necessary to use them. The Verge talks a little bit about it here. 
Goal Guys try to read 30 books in 30 days. 

What I'm Reading

I read House of Leaves in honor of spooky October and Halloween. It is a book about a house, a family, and a manuscript. If one opens the book itself, some sections are a little unusual. 

If you've already read House of Leaves, check out What's So Great About That?'s video about what makes it mysterious and fictional. If you need more convincing about why this book is so great, Austin McConnell tries to convince you to read it in a spoiler-free rundown. 
My Journal
Alexandra Kesick is the author of I Knew You Once and Deep Gentle Blue, published by Ghost City Press.
Copyright © 2018 Alexandra Kesick, All rights reserved.

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