ICYMI on FYA
We’ve been ~*~buzzing~*~ about the season finale of Yellowjackets. Check out our open thread and share your craziest fan theories in the comments with us! Sarah’s also been binging Cruel Summer. Check out her Stream It post here. Plus, Mandy W. gives you the 411 on all our social media accounts because who doesn’t need more FYA in their feeds?
And have you read this week’s Book Reports?
- Brian reviewed One True Loves (Happily Ever Afters #2) by Elise Bryant.
- Stephanie shares her thoughts on My Fine Fellow by Jennieke Cohen, a gender-bent My Fair Lady.
- In anticipation of its sequel coming out next month, Sarah reviewed House of Earth and Blood (Crescent City #1) by Sarah J. Maas.
- Mandy C. shared her thoughts on the final installment of Kiersten White’s Camelot Rising series, The Excaliber Curse.
Cosmo shared their list of the 100 Best YA Books Everyone Should Read. What do you think of their list?
In honor of the movie’s 10th anniversary, Vulture’s got 9 ways The Fault in Our Stars changed pop culture.
Marissa Meyer revealed the cover for Cursed, her follow up to Gilded.
New Anna-Marie McLemore alert!
Timothy All-That-And-More-yphant is coming back for a Justified limited series.
Daniel Radcliffe is gonna play Weird Al Yankovic in a biopic and tbh I’m vibing with this.
We got our first look at the second season of Bridgerton this week! It feels like it’s been AN AGE and my body is ready!
We are living in the Christina Riccissance and I couldn’t be happier about it.
A psychiatrist shares why Yellowjackets is one of the best portrayals of trauma she’s seen on TV.
MORE Yellowjackets (yes, we’re obsessed): What to watch now that we’ve binged season one and have to wait for more.
Gasp!!! Wow!!! I can’t believe what happens when I click this link to see a steamy stepback of this Johanna Lindsey cover.
The Cotswolds are calling me.
*upside down smiley face emoji*
I’m obsessed with this Twitter account that draws their Wordle board in Paint every day.
In which, Joss Whedon doubles down on his general shittiness!
Bonus read: A Buffy fan’s take on watching Whedon’s downfall.
And palette cleanser: A tribute to Ronnie Spector and her best songs.
The Obamas’ production studio has a new podcast out, The Big Hit Show, which examines “what happens when a wildly successful piece of pop culture gets so big that it changes the world.” First up, TWILIGHT!
Your odds of surviving a SCREAM movie based on your zodiac sign. (I’m dying first.)
What’d we miss? Add your fave distractions of the week in the comments.