Selma Blair is one of our favorite actresses and a fellow bookworm. When she’s not playing her latest role on the big screen, you can find Selma curled up with a good book either in bed or at a cozy café wearing her favorite beanie.

Pineapple Street by Jenny Jackson

This is an image from @pinterest which I cannot yet (or still) figure out and I love it by the way. But, i scroll and scroll and I want information on that thing and then I get lost in a mole hole of other things unintended. I was searching banquettes ( redecorating whimsy dreams) and it took me to a photo of a familiar figure in a cafe. This is not a joke nor am I being whimsical. ( so much whim in this post). She looked like someone I recognized. And then I saw the watch and thought how curious. I have that watch! I admired her fingers and hoped she was enjoying the book but couldn’t get past the head gear. I never looked at the face until I realized the book was also something I vaguely remember reading and loving. And how I must find this book by #christopherbuckley again. And then I put it all together and burst out laughing. This book came out in about #2007 I think. I guess #paparazzi were more subtle then. Never noticed. But then, I barely noticed it was me. I am definitely getting that book again. I passed it on cause it was so good. I wish the brain inside that massive beret could retain more information. #fbf #pinteresting #losingmumandpup #cafereading #outofit #nicewatch #loner #forgetful #bookworm #memoir #whoami #longfuckingpost #fourpeoplewillreadthis #thankyou

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Losing Mum and Pup by Christopher Buckley

Between 2007 and 2008, Christopher Buckley lost both his mother and father. Christopher was an only child and had a close relationship with his parents. In his book, he recounts the last few years he spent with the two most influential people in his life.

Heather, the Totality by Matthew Weiner

Mark and Karen have a stunning Manhattan apartment, the status and wealth they always dreamed of and a beautiful daughter, Heather. But when their safety is compromised because of new neighbors in the penthouse above them, they’ll take action to protect Heather and their safe surroundings.

Please, Let Me Go: The Horrific True Story of One Young Girl’s Life In The Hands of British Sex Traffickers by Caitlin Spencer

In this shocking and painful true story, Caitlyn Spencer tells of her years of abuse in the hands of British sex traffickers. This brave recounting of the horror she endured helps bring light to the injustices that occur right in the midst of everyday life.

The Lost Family by Jenna Blum

When Peter’s wife and daughters are killed in a Nazi prison camp, he focuses his energy on running his restaurant, and spends time fending off the advances of women. When he meets June, a model who is 20 years younger than he is, Peter feels as if he may have another chance at happiness. When June becomes pregnant and they marry, Peter has hopes for his new family, but the sadness from his past permeates their lives in ways they never anticipated.