Fave Links Friday 6/7/19: Lesbian Sculptors, Toxic Parenting Myths and Discussions of Talent

If you’ve found yourself wondering where all the good writing’s gone, I’ve decided to share some of my favorite links with you on a weekly basis! It might be short fiction, it might be news articles, it might be random blog posts from me and from others!

None of these links are sponsored. I really just liked them!


This New York Times longread is a beautiful one. I love the whole series, but you will want to read this and swoon over the beautiful Angel of New York photos. I’d love to see this in person some day. Overlooked No More: Emma Stebbins, Who Sculpted an Angel of New York.

There’s a “fact” floating around claiming that 80 percent of couples with autistic children break up. That number is completely made up. This opinion post digs into it and does a really great job. You should read it! Toxic parenting myths make life harder for people with autism. That must change.

My friend CW wrote a blog post that I think a lot of creatives will relate to called Thank You, But Please Don’t Call Me ‘Talented’. There’s a huge difference between talented and hardworking, and also a lot of intersections, no matter what field you’re working in. Check out this blog post and then come talk to me about it!

Since we last talked, I haven’t posted anything here because I’ve been hard at work tidying up the SEO on old posts! Feel free to scroll through those! However, I did review The Bride Test by Helen Hoangat Let’s Fox About It, which I really loved. I also got to reveal the fancy interactive game and new book cover for Chace Verity’s upcoming Dithered Hearts!

What have you been up to this last week, friends? Come tell me all about it and share the links with me!

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