Emma Roberts Reading List

absolutely obsessed with Emma Roberts…and her fiancé

House of Sage

Update 10/14/14

I love Emma Roberts. I met her when she was Addie Singer on Nickelodeon’s Unfabulous. She was probably thirteen years old and was writing, singing, and recording songs about her life and of course, Jake Behari, her forever crush. And now, ten years later (how time flies…), she is Madison Montgomery, “a stone cold bitch who likes hard drinking, big dicks, and trouble” on American Horror Story: Coven.

From wide-eyed teenager to sassy witch, I’ve followed Emma like a more-than-casual fan. I was excited when she dated Alex Pettyfer (did he really get her initials tattooed on him?), dismayed when they broke up, and excited again when she got together with Evan Peters. I watched Wild ChildScream 4, and Empire State to see how far she’s come. Most importantly, I was squeeing over the fact that she is a fellow bookworm. She often posts…

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The one where I thank Lena Dunham…

THANK YOU LENA DUNHAM!  I am currently reading Lena Dunham’s book, Not That Kind Of Girl, and it is AHHHMAZING!!!!! Lena is a women that every girl can relate too.  She is not some Victoria’s Secret model that gives you a complex.  She is a real person that says everything you’ve been dying to say.  While reading Lena’s book, I cannot help but think that this is the beginning of a new era.  Her voice is the voice of this generation’s young women.  We are just like Taylor Swift says, “happy, free, confused, and lonely at the same time.”  No one expresses this inconceivable amount of feelings better than Ms. Dunham.  My favorite quote from the book is something I take very seriously and that is EYEBROWS.  Finally someone has put into words what I have been feeling all along about eyebrows!

“Weak eyebrows = weak presentation.  It’s like having a bad handshake, but worse because it’s right on your face.”

I seriously cannot say enough about this book, except that I think everyone, men included, should read it!

xoxo, Alaina