“I thought that it was more likely the opposite. I must have shut grief out. Found it in books. Cried over fiction instead of the truth. The truth was unconfined, unadorned. There was no poetic language to it, no yellow butterflies, no epic floods. There wasn’t a town trapped underwater or generations of men with the same name destined to make the same mistakes. The truth was vast enough to drown in.” ― Nina LaCour, We Are Okay
@lbardugo so my little sister and i want to adopt these kittens. i would name the gray one Nikolai because he has a playful and outgoing personality and she would name the black one Kaz because he just seems like a Kaz. we just have to convince our dad (who is a HUGE fan of your books), fingers crossed that he says yes!