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Finding a Creative Complement with @wadejeffree and @letasobierajski

To see more imaginative portraits from Leta and Wade, follow @letasobierajski and @wadejeffree on Instagram.

“Usually we send each other ideas, sketches and imagery throughout the week leading up to our shoot,” says Leta Sobierajski (@letasobierajski), who collaborates with partner Wade Jeffree (@wadejeffree) on Complements, a weekly series of unconventional portraits. “We’re inspired both by hilarious couple photography from the Internet and beautiful imagery from couples in history.”

Wade, a graphic designer, and Leta, an art director, shoot the photos in their Brooklyn apartment. “We wanted to collaborate,” explains Wade, “but the opportunity hadn’t arisen.” So the duo decided to explore their creativity—and relationship—through collaborative portraits. “The portraiture often becomes surreal, funny and romantic,” says Leta, “and it helps depict our personalities and the way we think together.”

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Endless list of favourite books - Anna and the French Kiss

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Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins | Dreamcast

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Favorite characters (6/?): Anna Oliphant

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Could you give a list of all of your most recent favorite books?


That is the hardest question you can ask any book lover, but there’s nothing I love more than bookpushing, so I’ll do my best to answer! I have hundreds of favorite books, but since you asked for most recent, I’ll focus just on ones I’ve so far read this year. (All my reviews are here on my blog if you want to find more awesome reads.)

Favorite contemporaries:

What I Thought Was True by Huntley Fitzpatrick

Fitzpatrick is the author of My Life Next Door and I could read her books every day.

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

THIS BOOK. The main character is utterly adorable and so is the love interest. And there’ll be a sequel!

Ask Again Later by Liz Czukas

Absolutely HILARIOUS Sliding Doors-ish contemporary about prom night. Plus a Ship of Ships.

Magnolia by Kristi Cook

THis comes out August 5th, and I LOVED it. It’s kind of like the anti-Romeo Juliet, set in the south during a massive hurricane.

The Art of Lainey by Paula Stokes

SUPER, SUPER CUTE. A romance full of squee.

Catch a Falling Star by Kim Culbertson

This book totally took me by a surprise. A girl and a movie star pretend to date while he’s in her small town filming a movie and SPARKS FLY.

Favorite sci fi:

Ignite Me by Taherah Mafi

The last book in the Shatter Me series, and holy smokes such chemistry very romance MUCH WOW.

Cress by Marissa Meyer

Love love love love LOVE this series. This is book number three in the Thorne Cinder series (it really should be called Thorne, though, shouldn’t it) and by far my favorite.

Through the Ever Night by Veronica Rossi

I binge-read the entire Under the Never Sky trilogy (plus novellas) in about four days. I couldn’t stop! The second one is probably my favorite of the series.

Favorite historicals:
Prisoner of Night and Fog by Anne Blankman

1931 Berlin. A Jewish reporter and a girl raised in the Nazi party fall in love. BAD THINGS HAPPEN, and Hitler is a huge creep (among other things). HIGHLY RECOMMEND.

Lady Thief by A.C. Gaughen

The sequel to Scarlet, about a gender-bending thief who hangs out and falls in love with a super hot Robin Hood and they have adventures and then really tragic things happen and your heart hurts.

A Mad, Wicked Folly by Sharon Biggs Waller

Suffragettes! Art! Romance! Feminism! All good things!

Favorite fantasy and paranormal:
The Percy Jackson series by Rick Riordan

Yes, I only just read them this year because I was living my life incorrectly (this is the only non-2014 release on the list beside Through the Ever Night)

The Falconer by Elizabeth May

Vaguely steampunk 1840’s Scotland. Bad-ass society girl kills evil fae in her spare time. KIARAAAAAAAAAN

The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski

Gorgeous high fantasy about a general’s daughter and a slave falling in love and there’s rebellion and war and strategy and Pyrrhic victories and heartbreak.

The Unbound by Victoria Schwab


Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge

Really interesting retelling of Beauty and the Beast with a heavy helping of Greek mythology. Once you get past the rough beginning, this book is incredible.

Strange and Ever After by Susan Dennard

More like Strange and Ever Sobbing. This is the last book in the wonderful Something Strange and Deadly series about necromancers, the undead, kick-ass ladies, and very attractive inventor boys.

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