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Procrastination Pro-Tips: Connie Britton’s Hair and Scorpions In Your Books

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Procrastination Pro-Tips: Connie Britton’s Hair and Scorpions In Your Books

Yay, it's Friday! 

Book Related Things

Tiny scorpions keep your old books clean.

CNN's list of highly anticipated YA coming out this fall.

Alexandra Bracken's Darkest Minds will be adapted for film.

Is it Hemingway, or a children's book?

50 of the greatest characters in literature.

The app Episode, which lets you create and animate stories for mobile devices, is holding a contest with a grand prize of $5,000.

Movie Related Things

ICYMI: Cara Delevigne is your Margo Roth Spielgelman.

ICYMI: New Mockingjay trailer.

Seriously? An I Know What You Did Last Summer remake?

And, a new Underworld film -- starring Theo James.

Matt Smith joins the cast of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.

TV Related Things

Arrow season two gag reel.

The cast of 7th Heaven, reunited.

Lifetime is making a Grumpy Cat TV movie, voiced by Aubrey Plaza, because that is what the world needs.

Cordelia Chase quotes as motivational posters.

Miscellaneous Things

Neil Patrick Harris and his husband recreate the spaghetti scene from Lady & The Tramp

You know you want to see what Connie Britton's hair looked like in the 80s, particularly while she's standing next to Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.

Here is a Pinterest board named "300+ Shirtless Guys with Their Hands in Their Pockets."

19 reasons Ansel Elgort should be your boyfriend.


That's it for this week! Did we miss anything?

Jennie's photo About the Author: Jennie Kendrick lives in San Francisco and has an excessive fondness of historical fiction, spreadsheets, turquoise sparkly things, and bourbon. She is also a literary agent with Lupine Grove Creative. When she's not reading, writing, or writing about reading, she cooks obsessively, runs an Etsy shop, and thrifts for vintage everything.